Whitaker Studio is most well-known for its Joshua Tree Residence — a project that utilized shipping containers to create a humble abode in the California desert sometime in 2017. After media outlets got a hold of the story, the architecture company as inundated in requests from prospective clients who were looking for a prefabricated home to place in other areas of the world. Whitaker answered with the “Anywhere House.”
The Anywhere House was crafted to bring meaning to its name. As a fully-prefabricated abode that makes use of various different partitions, its pieces can be assembled entirely offsite, transported, and placed in almost any area of the world. Each dwelling is comprised of a number of different parts, including a kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, and study — all of which are separate from one another upon arrival. To adjoin the pieces (and ensure that no two houses are the same), Whitaker has included two or more points of connection between each piece, allowing them to be daisy-chained together in a variety of different ways. This unique model makes its debut in Alberta, Canada, alongside one of the area’s serene bodies of water. Head to Whitaker’s website for more information on the project. While you’re there, you’ll be able to inquire about pricing, an estimated build time, and topographic restrictions.
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