The Minimal Mobile Home has been designed for homeless people – it provides the essentials for a life in dignity: privacy, standing headroom, stowage for personal belongings, a raised bed, a folding table and a toilet.
It can be built from cheap and readily available materials – one sheet of plywood and 14 standard boards (1x4x96″), two wheels and a 50 $ tent. The materials for the prototype cost less than 200 $.
The building itself doesn’t require special tools or skills – the only power tool used was a cordless drill. All the tools used to build it fit easily into the cart and when unfolded, it can be used as mobile workbench.