As the need for adventure and practicality is rising in popularity, designs of mobile off-grid homes are becoming an important category in the industry. Italian architect Beatrice Bonzanigo embraces this movement with her proposal for Casa Ojalá — a transportable and compact structure that does not sacrifice aesthetics for functionality.
The concept is highly customizable, with reference to possible locations and the preferences of the individual. As a result, Beatrice Bonzanigo's design boasts 20 different layouts, ultimately confronting the "world of static architecture." The stunning structure offers space for two bedrooms, a kitchenette, a living room, a bathroom, as well as a terrace that softens the boundary of outdoors and indoors.
The variations of mobile off-grid homes are to be displayed during Milan Design Week in April.
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