hangar design group: 'joshua tree' hangar design group: 'joshua tree'
mar 09, 2010

hangar design group: 'joshua tree'

‘joshua tree’ mobile home by hangar design group

‘joshua tree’ by hangar design group is a mobile home created for company agora prefab. the home is built with overlapping zinc titanium tiles and raw larch veneer, that can be extended to include a patio.

the home with patio

view from behind

the living space and bedrooms the home clad with tiles

side view

living space floor plan

the complete home

the bathroom

the kitchen

  • And what about de price?

    cesar says:
  • this actually looks good

    rok says:
  • Not enough info provided. Structural integrity details would be helpful. Having seen the effects of hurricanes on mobile homes, it would be ideal to have one that can resist the effects of same d;-)

    Jetwax says:
  • why not a little bit higher and more confortable? moving issues?

    Q says:
  • What is special about it?

    Hack says:
  • @ Jetwax.. 80% of the globe is without hurricanes..
    Huge market!

    ZynnZynn says:
  • How about tornadoes and or damaging winds of 80 mph? Every hear of tornado alley?

    Pirl Harbour says:
  • Yea really the pertinent question to me is if this can withstand the impact of Godzilla picking it up and dropping it from a 50 foot height? Because no one’s seen Godzilla in real life yet but we know of the possibility of such a thing existing can this take that impact?

    Zachary says:

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