Trailer designed by Invisible Studio
A self-built prototype relocatable 20K house, constructed from materials sourced from construction waste and locally grown unseasoned timber. A trailer is designed to be able to be legally transported on a public highway and used as permanent or temporary accommodation. It has a removable wheeled bogey that slides out from under the steel chassis when not being moved. The trailer was driven to the site, the bogey removed, and then the bogey used to transport all of the timber frames to site. Externally, the trailer is clad in corrugated fiberglass and steel, and internally lined in used but cleaned shuttering ply. All of the joineries is from plywood offcuts, including the 2 staircases. Handrails are made from offcuts of blue rope, left over from Studio in the Woods.