tiny heirloom clads mobile home with reconfigurable rock climbing wall
 

tiny heirloom clads mobile home with reconfigurable rock climbing wall

 

this mobile trailer unit was built for a mississippi couple, who wanted to bring their passion for adventure with them while on the road. the ‘tiny adventure home’ was designed by tiny heirloom, a portland-based company that builds small, bespoke dwellings. notably, the 28 foot-long residence is clad with modular, and reconfigurable, climbing panels, allowing its occupants to practice climbing wherever they’re parked.

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all images courtesy of tiny heirloom

 

 

after deciding they wanted to downsize, the clients chose to commission tiny heirloom to build them a mobile, yet luxurious, home. while primary access to the abode is through a standard front door, a larger garage-style door opens up to the outside world. the customized interiors are organized around a centrally positioned kitchen, flanked with further living accommodation — a dining area, an elevated living room, a bathroom, and a raised sleeping space.

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a garage-style door opens up to the outside world

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the dining area has room for six people

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the elevated lounge space is found above

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the space is organized around a centrally positioned kitchen

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the home’s sleeping area

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the fully equipped bathroom

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the interior employs a variety of different materials

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the 28 dwelling is clad with modular, and reconfigurable, climbing panels

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the dwelling can be readily relocated

 

 

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