Small space on wheels

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Two rectangular volumes were fully created in the country’s picturesque capital and driven 130kms to the mountainous region of Pueblo Edén.

Two rectangular volumes were fully created in the country’s picturesque capital and driven 130kms to the mountainous region of Pueblo Edén.

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The living room is cantilevered over rocks and with a visible yellow stone foundation adding to the drama and elegant roughness of its design.

The living room is cantilevered over rocks and with a visible yellow stone foundation adding to the drama and elegant roughness of its design.

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The two separate spaces were craned into position.

The two separate spaces were craned into position.

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One of our favourite pre-fabricated small spaces of recent years has to be this Uruguayan mountain bach designed by MAPA Architects. Two rectangular volumes were fully created in the country’s picturesque capital and driven 130kms to the mountainous region of Pueblo Edén.

The two separate spaces were craned into position, with this living room cantilevered over rocks and with a visible yellow stone foundation adding to the drama and elegant roughness of its design. 


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