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The Trendiest House on Earth is Micro, Mobile, and Green

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A lesson in blowing Dwell magazine's mind, courtesy of the Madrid-based firm Ábaton Arquitectura: design a house that's about 290 square feet (micro home!) that's made from recyclable materials (green!) and can be transported by truck and assembled in a day (mobile!). Oh, and let's not forget about material makeup (the exterior is clad in cement-board panels) and prefab potential: ÁPH80 can be manufactured in as few as four weeks. Dwell has officially spontaneously combusted.

With gabled ceilings reaching more than 11 feet, walls of glass, and a combined living room and kitchen, the feel of this place is light and airy; "the different spaces are recognisable [sic] and the feeling indoors is one of fullness," the architects say. Another look, below:

· All Micro Homes coverage [Curbed National]
· Portable House ÁPH80 by Ábaton Arquitectura [URDesign via Notcot]