Many of the Paradigm dwelling features celebrate the environment including a solar panel rainwater collector rainwater tank greenhouse composting unit with waterless toilet and Energy Star appliances. Not to mention each home has a super insulated shell.
Can you see yourself living in a house on wheels? Would it be difficult for you to downsize or would you find the experience liberating? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…
The first thing that comes to mind when entering the large hallways and the enormous open-space rooms is that can be achieved. Everything is so well organized. From the outdoor landscape that seems depicted from a Photoshop picture to the sophisticated furniture which compliments every room in the house you’re in a dream place filled with natural light. On top of this the feeling of airiness blends well with the needed privacy.
In another view of the living space we see a wall mirror recessed lighting and two large mineral specimens that add earthy interest: Check out the kitchen below complete with a refrigerator and a GE oven powered by propane. The dining area is tucked neatly against the window so there’s room to eat live and breathe.
And now the big question: Could you live in a modular home? If so would it be a summer place or would it be your permanent dwelling? Or perhaps you’d simply enjoy a modular structure in the garden for a little contemporary shelter on a sunny day. Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…
Rather than consisting of a silo converted into a home this next dwelling features silos that have been cleverly integrated into the architecture. In fact this amazing house by Hudson Architects is a converted 16th century Essex barn.
When it comes to unique homes we’re on a roll… This month at Decoist we’ve delighted in featuring a range of one-of-a-kind dwellings from to. Today we take a peek into the world of houses on wheels. What makes them so alluring? Their mobility? Their compact size? Their modern design? You decide!