The Nomadhome by Gerold Peham

May 29, 2008

Architect Gerold Peham believes that people’s lives today are full of change, and therefore require flexibility and temporary solutions. People are essentially modern nomads, living in various places for a time, then moving on, but all the while having a desire for good design. With this in mind, Gerold created the NOMADHOME, a modular prefab living concept that provides the largest possible efficient use of space and geographical flexibility.

The homes are made in Austria, delivered about 8-10 weeks after an order is placed, and only require four people two days to assemble on site.