In collaboration with Japanese outdoor goods manufacturer Snow Peak, architect Kengo Kuma has developed a timber mobile home based on minimalism and a nomadic lifestyle.

The humble abode's build has been built on the concept of being flexible, so that users can adapt the space to their requirements. One major element is its series of windows which can be opened outwards or completely closed giving the home a box-like feel. Additionally, slick and subtle LED lights embedded within the wooden paneling make for a clever stylistic nuance.

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