The Heijmans One is a removable self-contained home offering full independence. Not only the functional integration of its bathroom, kitchen, cupboard space and sleeping area, but also the creation of a living area in which spaciousness, daylight, the natural use of materials and the connection with the surrounding landscape are central.
The design combines architecture and technical implementation because the structural solid wooden skeleton is also visible on the inside. It gives you the feeling that the home is literally built of wooden walls. The same applies to the steel frames and the other details of the home. Atmosphere, construction and architecture combined to form one unit.
The stability of the wooden skeleton and steel frames is incorporated into the front and rear facades. This provides plenty of room inside the home for future developments and variants. So the development of the house is also the development of a sustainable wooden residential system combining ecology and living space.
Program: movable home
Architects: Moodbuilders Architecture
Concept and production: Heijmans