Cooperative project between FH Potsdam, Department of Design and HNEE, Department of Wood Engineering. Supported by 13 sponsoring companies.
Produced by HN Eberswaldes woodworkers, headed by Prof. Klaus Dreiner.
Designed by product designers of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, under the supervision of Prof. Hermann August Weizenegger.
Dimensions L 5m x B 3m x H 3m
The cabinet house functionality on 12 m2. There is a lot of space in the cupboard at FH Potsdam.
The square-compact and invitingly furnished building seriously to call house, would be a bit far-fetched. The joint project of furniture and interior designers at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, as well as students of wood technology at the Eberswalde University of Sustainable Development, will meet the increasing demand for local flexibility and flexibility.
With a surface area of twelve square meters, the concept is based on two space bodies, which are located opposite each other and which represent the interior of a cabinet with different rooms and functions. These cabinets are designed as modules with different functions and can be adapted to the needs of the residents individually. What is special about this is the transfer of mobile mobility concepts to a building. Due to its modular lightweight construction, a foundation is not necessary.