flying architecture presents HiLoft, a fully transportable high-quality room flying architecture presents HiLoft, a fully transportable high-quality room
may 20, 2016

flying architecture presents HiLoft, a fully transportable high-quality room

flying architecture presents HiLoft, a fully transportable high-quality room
(above) the ‘HiLoft’ offers lots of different possibilites of usage
image © robert sakowski

 

 

 

compared to other container designs, the ‘HiLoft’ offers an entirely new independent room that is easy to adapt to any use or any season. the project takes part of a modern urban architecture concept which is based on an ordinary shipping container. it is a compact high quality room, fully independent from any specific location allowing for a lot of interesting possibilities of usage. in times of growing cities, it can also give a running-out-of-space area an efficient solution. with a focus on sustainability, the ‘HiLoft’ is made from a selection of environmentally friendly materials and designed for a long lifetime.


it is operating with the original doors 
image © robert sakowski

 

 

 

although the ‘HiLoft’ has a rather small floor area, it provides a very high comfort level. this is generated by accurately designed details, well conceived materials and innovative equipment. for general well-being, all the walls and ceilings are made of natural real wood, achieving a serene atmosphere. the full-surface floor radiates a pleasant heat from below, without air turbulence, dust or dry heating art. a decentralized ventilation with heat recovery supplies the premises with fresh air without loosing energy, and an air condition system has been integrated into the interior design.


you can open the whole entrance side
image © robert sakowski 


the interior is characterized by its natural wood coverings
image © robert sakowski

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: juliana neira | designboom

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