Forsaken 60?s Trailer Renovated into a Happy Hippy House in France

February 7, 2015 by  
Filed under Eco, Green, Recycle

Can we stand a revival of the happy hippy movement? If it means that we’ll have more eye-popping trailers like this one revived by Pierre Arnoux in France, then we say go full steam ahead. At only 20 square meters, the trailer’s tiny size is aggrandized by a bevy of brightly colored decorations . It’s unclear whether the interior furnishings are recycled , but by gutting and renovating a used trailer, the designers saved all kinds of materials that would have been necessary to build a new home or rental. This trailer home may not suit everybody, but we are ready to don our bellbottoms and share the sustainable love ! Read the rest of Forsaken 60′s Trailer Renovated into a Happy Hippy House in France Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: abandoned buildings , adaptive reuse , Creative Reuse , eco design , france , green design , green renovation , Happy Hippy House , Jardin de la Licorne , Pierre Arnoux , sustainable design , trailer

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