Gerhard Feldbacher has designed a lovely little portable home that you can drop anywhere in Austria.
That's why I was so excited about Gerhard Feldbacher's Simple Home; it is delivered on a flatbed and supported on legs. This makes it a lot easier to transport and set up than a shipping container, there is no need for a crane to drop it on the ground. The Home to Go model is made of wood, is 8'-6" wide (the widest you can go down the highway without special permits and licences) by 25' long.
It is built of one of my favorite materials, cross-laminated timber four inches thick and a ventilated larch exterior so it will cool and comfortable inside.
It's a lovely little interior design as well, with a pop-out bedroom and fold-down deck. I love the old suitcase storage.
There is a kitchen that folds up and a bathroom behind. There is no explanation that I can find about where the water goes from the bathroom and kitchen, whether there are tanks or not.
It does beg the question of whether such a home should just be on a chassis like a trailer and get towed instead of being transported on a flatbed. I do like the extra height, and often those wheels and chassis on trailers get very little use. Nice work; this one has legs. More at Simple Home and Gerhard Feldbacher, found on Tiny House Swoon.