A Stackable Mobile Home Tower

A Stackable Mobile Home Tower
Design

A new building concept with mobile housing units has a small base area, ideal for urban living.

Naresh Kumar
  • 8 april 2010

Architect Felipe Campolina has designed a building concept which combines portability with eco-friendliness. The structure, housing hundreds of mobile home units, has a lift for the modules to move up and down, a tower with a staircase and water storage space and a lattice-like structure between each tower providing a place for units to slide into their levels.

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