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APH80 Portable House by Abaton Studio

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Nov 25, 2013

Category: Living

With the ability to live anywhere you could ever dream, the APH80 tiny home is completely portable, but still provides everything one would need to live.

Designed by the Spanish design team at Abaton, this one bedroom, 300 square foot residence includes a bedroom, bathroom, spacious living room (all things considered), and a small kitchen. The outside of the dwelling is comprised of grey cement boards to withstand harsh weather conditions, while large sliding glass doors allow plenty of natural light to enter, also making the space feel much larger than the 10’ x 30’ dimensions. The walls of the interior have been covered in wood planks to provide a sense of warmth, and really make the tiny abode feel like a home. The APH80 can be hooked right up to a truck, allowing you to travel the world, right from the comfort of your own home.

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