Mobile Mini House unfurls into 252° of roomy living

From French designer Stephanie Bellanger comes the Mobile Mini House, a compact trailer design that opens up into an abode not unlike a railroad apartment like you'd find in New York.

Unfurled into a 252° semicircle, the Mobile Mini reveals five modular rooms that cover your needs for a bed, bath, living room, kitchen and even an office. Cutouts in all of the walls allow for the various bits to interlock when it's folded up, and, unfolded, there's a transparent screen that pulls out to act as the roof and walls. (Hope you aren't shy: the shower features a wall that'll barely hide you from other occupants in the house, though expose you to the rest of the world.)

Check out the gallery below for more of Bellanger's Mobile Mini House, designed with help from Amaury Watine, François Gustin and David Dethoor.





Yanko Design, via Boing Boing Gadgets, via Oobject