Remote House Redefines Mobile Housing

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August 07, 2015

Far outside of Santiago, Chile sits the Remote House, designed by architect Felipe Assadi. The house, according to Inhabitat, can change mobile housing due to its fast construction and its stylish appearance.

The minimal one-level shelter is made from wood and iron and has glazed front and back façades. It is mounted on metal pillars and its large panes of glass allow for plenty of light to shine into the interior.

The house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and a kitchen and comes in four 11 by 20 foot modules. It takes six hours to assemble the house on site.

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