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EN_01281591_0005 COV
These stunning portable living spaces allow you to set up home anywhere - including attached to the side of a cliff. The two designs, one called Pod, the other Perch, combine compact holiday living with the opportunity to stay off grid in spectacular settings and seclusion. They could also provide safe homes in areas of flood. Hampshire-based Envelope Architects say the units can be situated anywhere a helicopter can access, such as exotic, secluded beaches or inaccessible mountains tops. They explain: "Our view is that trekking cabins are generally pretty basic and cramped so we have designed a larger spacious three storey high form that could be lifted into place with a Chinook helicopter." The perch is a lodge that can accommodate up to ten dwellers, whilst being completely ???off-grid???, it can generate its own food, collect water and power from the sky and is robust enough to cope with serious weather conditions Envelope say: "Living with a group of ten could be a lot of fun, however we think it important for the individual to have some personal space and privacy. Our design incorporates ten sleeping alcoves spread over two floors with a reduced height of 1.5m per storey. They are snug, cosy and acoustically insulated which should give the weary traveller a good night???s sleep. The sleeping alcoves come in two sizes, one of which is a double or a premium single. The perch feels very spacious internally with excellent views out of large vertical windows from three different levels. We are great believers of ???leg-dangling??? and propose that there is lots of space to achieve this sat along the floor???s edge. "There is a lounging net to the upper level that functions to reduce weight from having total flooring and contributes to the spacious feel ??" it also reduces the risk of falling. The net is set lower than a typical handrail therefore improving the views out. To make the top floor more efficient we have designed a table system that can easily be s
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EN_01281591_0004 COV
These stunning portable living spaces allow you to set up home anywhere - including attached to the side of a cliff. The two designs, one called Pod, the other Perch, combine compact holiday living with the opportunity to stay off grid in spectacular settings and seclusion. They could also provide safe homes in areas of flood. Hampshire-based Envelope Architects say the units can be situated anywhere a helicopter can access, such as exotic, secluded beaches or inaccessible mountains tops. They explain: "Our view is that trekking cabins are generally pretty basic and cramped so we have designed a larger spacious three storey high form that could be lifted into place with a Chinook helicopter." The perch is a lodge that can accommodate up to ten dwellers, whilst being completely ???off-grid???, it can generate its own food, collect water and power from the sky and is robust enough to cope with serious weather conditions Envelope say: "Living with a group of ten could be a lot of fun, however we think it important for the individual to have some personal space and privacy. Our design incorporates ten sleeping alcoves spread over two floors with a reduced height of 1.5m per storey. They are snug, cosy and acoustically insulated which should give the weary traveller a good night???s sleep. The sleeping alcoves come in two sizes, one of which is a double or a premium single. The perch feels very spacious internally with excellent views out of large vertical windows from three different levels. We are great believers of ???leg-dangling??? and propose that there is lots of space to achieve this sat along the floor???s edge. "There is a lounging net to the upper level that functions to reduce weight from having total flooring and contributes to the spacious feel ??" it also reduces the risk of falling. The net is set lower than a typical handrail therefore improving the views out. To make the top floor more efficient we have designed a table system that can easily be s
MUST CREDIT: Envelope Architects/Cover Images. Editorial use only
EN_01281591_0002 COV
These stunning portable living spaces allow you to set up home anywhere - including attached to the side of a cliff. The two designs, one called Pod, the other Perch, combine compact holiday living with the opportunity to stay off grid in spectacular settings and seclusion. They could also provide safe homes in areas of flood. Hampshire-based Envelope Architects say the units can be situated anywhere a helicopter can access, such as exotic, secluded beaches or inaccessible mountains tops. They explain: "Our view is that trekking cabins are generally pretty basic and cramped so we have designed a larger spacious three storey high form that could be lifted into place with a Chinook helicopter." The perch is a lodge that can accommodate up to ten dwellers, whilst being completely ???off-grid???, it can generate its own food, collect water and power from the sky and is robust enough to cope with serious weather conditions Envelope say: "Living with a group of ten could be a lot of fun, however we think it important for the individual to have some personal space and privacy. Our design incorporates ten sleeping alcoves spread over two floors with a reduced height of 1.5m per storey. They are snug, cosy and acoustically insulated which should give the weary traveller a good night???s sleep. The sleeping alcoves come in two sizes, one of which is a double or a premium single. The perch feels very spacious internally with excellent views out of large vertical windows from three different levels. We are great believers of ???leg-dangling??? and propose that there is lots of space to achieve this sat along the floor???s edge. "There is a lounging net to the upper level that functions to reduce weight from having total flooring and contributes to the spacious feel ??" it also reduces the risk of falling. The net is set lower than a typical handrail therefore improving the views out. To make the top floor more efficient we have designed a table system that can easily be s
MUST CREDIT: Envelope Architects/Cover Images. Editorial use only
EN_01281591_0003 COV
These stunning portable living spaces allow you to set up home anywhere - including attached to the side of a cliff. The two designs, one called Pod, the other Perch, combine compact holiday living with the opportunity to stay off grid in spectacular settings and seclusion. They could also provide safe homes in areas of flood. Hampshire-based Envelope Architects say the units can be situated anywhere a helicopter can access, such as exotic, secluded beaches or inaccessible mountains tops. They explain: "Our view is that trekking cabins are generally pretty basic and cramped so we have designed a larger spacious three storey high form that could be lifted into place with a Chinook helicopter." The perch is a lodge that can accommodate up to ten dwellers, whilst being completely ???off-grid???, it can generate its own food, collect water and power from the sky and is robust enough to cope with serious weather conditions Envelope say: "Living with a group of ten could be a lot of fun, however we think it important for the individual to have some personal space and privacy. Our design incorporates ten sleeping alcoves spread over two floors with a reduced height of 1.5m per storey. They are snug, cosy and acoustically insulated which should give the weary traveller a good night???s sleep. The sleeping alcoves come in two sizes, one of which is a double or a premium single. The perch feels very spacious internally with excellent views out of large vertical windows from three different levels. We are great believers of ???leg-dangling??? and propose that there is lots of space to achieve this sat along the floor???s edge. "There is a lounging net to the upper level that functions to reduce weight from having total flooring and contributes to the spacious feel ??" it also reduces the risk of falling. The net is set lower than a typical handrail therefore improving the views out. To make the top floor more efficient we have designed a table system that can easily be s
MUST CREDIT: Envelope Architects/Cover Images. Editorial use only
EN_01281591_0001 COV
These stunning portable living spaces allow you to set up home anywhere - including attached to the side of a cliff. The two designs, one called Pod, the other Perch, combine compact holiday living with the opportunity to stay off grid in spectacular settings and seclusion. They could also provide safe homes in areas of flood. Hampshire-based Envelope Architects say the units can be situated anywhere a helicopter can access, such as exotic, secluded beaches or inaccessible mountains tops. They explain: "Our view is that trekking cabins are generally pretty basic and cramped so we have designed a larger spacious three storey high form that could be lifted into place with a Chinook helicopter." The perch is a lodge that can accommodate up to ten dwellers, whilst being completely ???off-grid???, it can generate its own food, collect water and power from the sky and is robust enough to cope with serious weather conditions Envelope say: "Living with a group of ten could be a lot of fun, however we think it important for the individual to have some personal space and privacy. Our design incorporates ten sleeping alcoves spread over two floors with a reduced height of 1.5m per storey. They are snug, cosy and acoustically insulated which should give the weary traveller a good night???s sleep. The sleeping alcoves come in two sizes, one of which is a double or a premium single. The perch feels very spacious internally with excellent views out of large vertical windows from three different levels. We are great believers of ???leg-dangling??? and propose that there is lots of space to achieve this sat along the floor???s edge. "There is a lounging net to the upper level that functions to reduce weight from having total flooring and contributes to the spacious feel ??" it also reduces the risk of falling. The net is set lower than a typical handrail therefore improving the views out. To make the top floor more efficient we have designed a table system that can easily be s
MUST CREDIT: Envelope Architects/Cover Images. Editorial use only
EN_01281591_0007 COV
These stunning portable living spaces allow you to set up home anywhere - including attached to the side of a cliff. The two designs, one called Pod, the other Perch, combine compact holiday living with the opportunity to stay off grid in spectacular settings and seclusion. They could also provide safe homes in areas of flood. Hampshire-based Envelope Architects say the units can be situated anywhere a helicopter can access, such as exotic, secluded beaches or inaccessible mountains tops. They explain: "Our view is that trekking cabins are generally pretty basic and cramped so we have designed a larger spacious three storey high form that could be lifted into place with a Chinook helicopter." The perch is a lodge that can accommodate up to ten dwellers, whilst being completely ???off-grid???, it can generate its own food, collect water and power from the sky and is robust enough to cope with serious weather conditions Envelope say: "Living with a group of ten could be a lot of fun, however we think it important for the individual to have some personal space and privacy. Our design incorporates ten sleeping alcoves spread over two floors with a reduced height of 1.5m per storey. They are snug, cosy and acoustically insulated which should give the weary traveller a good night???s sleep. The sleeping alcoves come in two sizes, one of which is a double or a premium single. The perch feels very spacious internally with excellent views out of large vertical windows from three different levels. We are great believers of ???leg-dangling??? and propose that there is lots of space to achieve this sat along the floor???s edge. "There is a lounging net to the upper level that functions to reduce weight from having total flooring and contributes to the spacious feel ??" it also reduces the risk of falling. The net is set lower than a typical handrail therefore improving the views out. To make the top floor more efficient we have designed a table system that can easily be s
MUST CREDIT: Envelope Architects/Cover Images. Editorial use only
EN_01281591_0006 COV
These stunning portable living spaces allow you to set up home anywhere - including attached to the side of a cliff. The two designs, one called Pod, the other Perch, combine compact holiday living with the opportunity to stay off grid in spectacular settings and seclusion. They could also provide safe homes in areas of flood. Hampshire-based Envelope Architects say the units can be situated anywhere a helicopter can access, such as exotic, secluded beaches or inaccessible mountains tops. They explain: "Our view is that trekking cabins are generally pretty basic and cramped so we have designed a larger spacious three storey high form that could be lifted into place with a Chinook helicopter." The perch is a lodge that can accommodate up to ten dwellers, whilst being completely ???off-grid???, it can generate its own food, collect water and power from the sky and is robust enough to cope with serious weather conditions Envelope say: "Living with a group of ten could be a lot of fun, however we think it important for the individual to have some personal space and privacy. Our design incorporates ten sleeping alcoves spread over two floors with a reduced height of 1.5m per storey. They are snug, cosy and acoustically insulated which should give the weary traveller a good night???s sleep. The sleeping alcoves come in two sizes, one of which is a double or a premium single. The perch feels very spacious internally with excellent views out of large vertical windows from three different levels. We are great believers of ???leg-dangling??? and propose that there is lots of space to achieve this sat along the floor???s edge. "There is a lounging net to the upper level that functions to reduce weight from having total flooring and contributes to the spacious feel ??" it also reduces the risk of falling. The net is set lower than a typical handrail therefore improving the views out. To make the top floor more efficient we have designed a table system that can easily be s
MUST CREDIT: Envelope Architects/Cover Images. Editorial use only