Amazing Use of Limited Space in the Esclice Mobile Home
By Magaly • Sep 29, 2015
The Esclice Mobile Home is a unique project designed jointly by Toms Kokins & Martins Hermansons.
The home’s interior design was created by Janis Rauza, and its furniture was custom-made by MINT Light Living.
Amazing Use of Limited Space in the Esclice Mobile Home:
“The idea behind the ESCLICE Mobile Design Home was to deliver a complete house with complete outer and inner finishing, installations and furniture. Thus volume and configuration of the structure results from transportation possibilities. The house is delivered in two parts: upper and bottom part. Complete finishing of the two parts and carefully designed junction details allows a quick and easy installation in about two hours by two workers + crane operation.
The concept of ESCLICE house was inspired by traditional Latvian bread – a good slice of rye bread with fresh butter is enough to gain feeling of satisfaction without eating up the whole loaf.
Our every-day life need are often overestimated leading towards excessive consumption of material goods, including the space. The idea was to create a spatial structure that satisfies desire for high quality living and working environment yet reducing its costs, unnecessary space and ecological footprint to minimum; to create space, that is easy to use, adopt and shrink or extend; space that embodies fundamental feelings of home, warmth and safety. Home that can be easily taken with you to your favorite place, adapted to the context and your personal needs, a simple home with no stress.”
Photos courtesy of MINT Light Living
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