The team at Invisible Studio set out to design an eco-friendly and low-cost structure that’s easy to transport legally on public highways, versatile in its use, and adaptable for customization by home construction hobbyists. While that approach may seem trashy to some, it’s downright ingenious if you ask us. The materials for this prototype build were sourced from locally grown unseasoned timber and construction waste, cutting down on costs and environmental impact exponentially — the total project cost roughly $26,000.
The prefabricated trailer is adorned in corrugated fiberglass and steel with an interior lining of reclaimed and cleaned plywood. Natural light fills this space through each gable end by way of the glazed high-performance interlocking polycarbonate sheets. The structure features a removable wheeled ‘bogey’ that slides out from underneath the steel chassis when not in transport. While the interior could be outfitted with more luxurious accommodations, we like the idea of smelling the sawdust and raw wood in our secluded lodges.
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