It can be found almost anywhere. It's a prototype for the mobile lifestyle.
It's built using found materials. Aside from the CNC-milled plywood, we're making it out of recycled and salvaged materials.
It's a way of living founded on smaller, more open and responsible methods.
Pretty minimal. We have room for a bed, some storage, a kitchen, a bathroom with a shower, and a living area for eating and relaxing. There's room for 2 occupants and their belongings.
We want to be kind to the environment so we've designed this house to do just that. There's no permanent foundation so the area will be reclaimed by nature after we're gone. It also works on or off the grid. A composting toilet and solar electrical system gives us freedom from utility services and uses renewable energy.
We didn't want to put it on wheels because we like to be near to the ground. Instead we made it easy to disassemble so we can be on the move when we need to. The prefabricated nature of the design allows it to be taken apart, stored on a trailer and transported to our next destination in life.