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Amazing Use of Limited Space in the Esclice Mobile Home

By • 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.

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“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

HomeDSGN has received this project from our WeTransfer channel. Architects and interior designers are welcome to submit their work for publication.

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