Little (Concrete) House on the Prairie


All you need are Ma and Pa Ingalls and the kids, and you'll have yourself a very modern Little House in the Prairie.

Spanish architectural firm Ábaton developed the APH80 portable dwelling for two people. The house, which exterior is clad in gray cement wood board, is easily transported by road and can be placed almost anywhere.

The APH80 is divided into three distinct spaces: a living room/kitchen, a full bathroom, and a bedroom with double bed. The large glass sliding doors on one side of the house create an open feel that belies the APH80's cozy 27 m2 (9m x 3m - that's 290 square feet) size.

Sourced wood from regulated forest is used throughout the house. The interior timber panels are made from Spanish Fir dyed white. Solid wood is used as structural components, and as mentioned above, the exterior is clad with thermal insulation and gray cement wood board.

The APH80 can be manufactured in 6 to 8 weeks. The finished module is transported by road and assembled on site in less than 1 day. Prices start at €21,800 (€42,800 as shown).

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