It’s no secret that prefabricated homes have become one of the architecture world’s most novel mediums in recent years, causing fledgling builders to emerge from the woodwork on a consistent basis. While the industry’s newest startup, Bivvi, has yet to reach its one-year anniversary, it’s already making waves with the recently-revealed Portable A-Frame — a trailer-able design built for the modern pioneer.
Bivvi’s portable A-Frame cabin features a sustainable, environmentally-conscious design, a small, 80-square-foot interior, and insulated barriers against the rain, sleet, and wind. So, what makes the dwelling so special? When the company set out to create the miniature model, it did so with mobility in mind, crafting a custom foundation that allows it to be secured to a trailer for true residential freedom. This is an obvious plus for clients who can’t decide on the perfect plot for their future tiny home, bringing adaptiveness and versatility to the table in a way that few prefab companies have in the past. There is a catch, however. Each Bivvi A-Frame has been conceptualized to work with the company’s proprietary trailer, designed to support/spread the weight of the design in an efficient and safe manner. If you’re interested in acquiring one of your own, you’ll be able to begin your own personalized build via Bivvi’s website for $19,000 and up, trailer not included.
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