We may not have the money to live there ourselves, but we all love looking at and dreaming about a great home. That’s why we show a great house every Wednesday. This week is a retractable and movable house.
Our northern neighbor Caspar Schulze has been looking for ways to live close to nature for some time. His first experience was the add-on building he designed for his mother. It received so much international acclaim that he continued to build on it and eventually made it to ANNA. It is a modern chalet that consists of a kit that you can assemble and disassemble by yourself in a few days. You can put ANNA anywhere – if allowed – because you don’t need a baseplate.
So choose a perfect place and enjoy the surroundings. The cabin is designed in such a way as to maximize the experience of the experience. It consists of two shells standing on bars: one external to close the whole and the other internal with wooden frames with windows. You can push them aside until a certain moment there is no longer a boundary between inside and outside.
Only natural materials were used in the construction, such as pine, birch plywood and wood wool. In addition to the ANNA Residence Accommodation, there is also the ANNA Meeting to organize other meetings or events, such as a yoga session. You also have the option of a grid-connected version and an off-grid version that features wood fire, solar panels, and a water filtration system.
The chalet, which is eight to twelve meters long – depending on its location on the rails – and 4.3 meters wide – is likely to hit the market later this year, potentially launching at a starting price of 169,000 euros. You can actually experience what it’s like to stay there, since there are a few of them in the Dutch nature park Holenberg. click over here for more information.
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