A Farmer’s Abode, at Central India, by UnTAG Studio

A farmer’s abode, at Central India by UnTAG Studio
The design is based on the idea of Build, Live and Earn, thus promoting a sustainable lifestyle for a farmer. to design an affordable mobile tiny house for a ‘kisaan’, a farmer, from central India, as the Client. A Farmer’s Abode, at Central India, by UnTAG Studio

The design is based on the idea of Build, Live and Earn, thus promoting a sustainable lifestyle for a farmer.

PLANNING – The house is envisaged as two cuboids, one public, one private, separated by a small green court inbetween, while connected by a stair. The 3M high Living+Kitchen cuboid overlooks this court as the immediate view ensuring privacy when needed. The two shorter sides of the living can drop down to become two cantilevered decks, connecting the inside to the outside, also channelizing the breezes to flow through the house. The second cuboid, 5m high, houses a toilet on lower level, and a bedspace on the upper level.

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