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At the very end of the road the second last caravan of a resident’s family with three children is located. The inside of this caravan is clearly organized: entering at the caravan’s center the open space of the kitchen and living room opens up, connecting two other flaking rooms, the children’s room and the bedroom. Between the living area and the bedroom is a niche for a wash machine and a dryer, and also the access to the shower room. The living space has the most windows on both long sides of the caravan, while the other two rooms are only efficiently day-lightened with one window on one side. Almost all windows with sliding window shutter are located on the opposite side of the door, which allows a direct view into the landscape looking on Maale Mikhmash, the road and some adjacent settlements. It is a relatively dense space, since five people are sharing this caravan. However, although it is small (45 sqm), the space is efficient for storage and heating/ cooling via an electrical air-conditioner-heater. The interior space suffers from ‘loud whistling’ and penetrating water because the main door is not tight due to weather conditions. Also the cold, concrete floor is as such that one can feel the wind flowing beneath. The thin plaster boards lack of acoustical protection and sufficient thermal insulation. The caravan is not leveled due to the flow of penetrating water.