Unboxed: Surprisingly Spacious Flat-Pack House on Wheels

There’s a smart new design for mobile homes by Mehdi Hidari Badie. I’ve seen it featured on Dornob.com and TreeHugger.com so far. This flat-pack house on wheels is very a futuristic design that utilizes space efficiently. What everyone seems to fail to see is that this is very much a throwback to the original flat pack homes from the 1950s. Everything old becomes new again!

The Future of Mobile Homes?

Of course, there were no solar panels in the 1950’s and the newer technology is obvious but the design implication is very much there. The use of steel, plastics, aluminum, and thermoplastic insulation is engineers dream come true. This could very well be what travel trailers and mobile homes become in the future.






What’s your take on this mobile home design?

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10 thoughts on “Unboxed: Surprisingly Spacious Flat-Pack House on Wheels”

  1. Has anyone heard of Magnolia mobile homes? Mid 1970s I had a 60 foot Tri fold home. Check it out , traveled folded to 10 foot wide opened to 27 foot wide. Great home.

  2. Hi Crystal

    Any recent news on this concept? It is absolutely great, I would love to keep up to date if it ever become available.

  3. HI
    Any chance you could advise a contact for the makers , love the concept and would like to talk to them ,we are from down under (Australia) and are about to start a tiny house building community

    • Hi Michele! I found this awesome home on another site and I think it was just a concept home from a student and they haven’t been manufactured yet. I’d say in a few more years though we’ll be able to get something very similar. Ikea has a mobile home concept that’s a bit similar to this, too. I think they were just starting to produce them but haven’t seen anything about them in a few months.

      Sorry I couldn’t be more help!

  4. it a lovely potable thing it will make thing easy for traveling loving people. thumbs up for it and the main thing i realy like is the use of solar energy it perfect.


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