Joshua Tree prefab cabin
The Joshua Tree, an elegant steel-clad prefab cabin created by Italian design group, Hangar, can be transported anywhere and set up quickly and easily. Why it's called the Joshua Tree, I'm not sure. Perhaps it's ideal for setting up in California national parks. It's certainly not spiky and spindly.
The cabin is a mountain refuge, with a wooden interior reminiscent of a Swedish sauna. Its small dimensions (400 sq ft) manage to squeeze in two bedrooms, a small kitchen and bathrooms. Alternatively you can customize it to suit your needs.
The cabin's metallic exterior is designed to reflect the colors that surround it, while large Velux windows bring exterior views inside. Hangar have also designed two other mini-homes, the more boxy Icaro Bay and Suite Home, which cost less than 70,000 euros each. Just sling one on the back of your truck and go. RM
Images: Hangar Design Group