'Pad Studio,' an architecture firm based in England that specializes in creating modern low-energy houses, designed the 'Forest Lodge' for clients in Hampshire who had been living on a caravan site for the past 15 years.
Wanting to upgrade the home to something more luxurious while also keeping in tact the fact that it was mobile, Pad Studio created a low-energy house measuring in at about 65 feet in length and just 22 in width.
The firm did this as the 'Caravan Act' from 1968 is still enforced for those living in the area. Although the Forest Lodge is mobile, it doesn't look like it, with large windows, chestnut paneling and a bright and expansive interior.
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