The Architects at Crosson, Clarke and Carnachan are the masterminds behind the mobile 'Hut On Sleds' design. The bottom of the home is lined with wooden pillars that can be easily transported with powerful vehicles.
Crosson, Clarke and Carnachan drew their inspiration for the Hut On Sleds from New Zealand's landscape. The country is home to endless beach houses, and they mimicked the style with an emphasis on temporary settlement.
While the Hut On Sleds does sleep up to five, it is meant to be continuously moved around amid mountains, cliffs and coastlines. This nomadic concept is perfect for those looking to set up for a few weeks at a time but with the domestic comforts of showers, storage facilities and a kitchen.
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