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Priced from a very affordable $21900, the Bunkie by Evan Bare, 608 Design Studio in Canada, and BLDG Workshop, was designed to integrate perfectly with its surroundings. Mobile warriors who are constantly on the move will appreciate its two facades made entirely of glass, allowing for for plenty of natural light to enter the home. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Available in a variety of models, there are some that include multifunctional furniture for optimal use of space. A computer numerical control (CNC) router precision-cuts each wooden frame, which is then clad with plywood and barn board, or other materials. According to Buhler, "Everything can be built in a factory and shipped on site for final assembly. We started with the Bunkie as a medium to experiment in ideas that cross boundaries between architecture and furniture design."


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