The 'Wander 2.0' is a modular, prefabricated structure that invites visitors to "disconnect from the city and reconnect with nature." Located in the woodlands of Malinalco, Mexico, the idea and design of this "tiny house" came as a result of a collaboration between wander, Rojkind Arquitectos, Amasa Estudio and TUUX.
Despite its compact size, this cabin-like structure comes equipped with a variety of amazing features including a fully functional kitchen and bathroom. The 'Wander 2.0' even has two levels, keeping the common areas on the ground floor while locating the bedroom on a mezzanine that is enclosed by a six-meter high triangular roof.
In addition, the structure was built to withstand varying weather and can be modified to stand in conjunction with other modules. The 'Wander 2.0' definitely presents a viable option for nature-seeking urbanites who wish to engage in a one-of-a-kind camping experience.