Fancy building your own home? This cozy micro dwelling from Nomad could make that a much easier reality, and it will only set you back $30,000. The flat-pack house resembles a compact cabin from the outside, but the interior is sufficiently spacious for a single person or couple. Both attractive and affordable, this sweet little house also boasts a few other features that will allow its owner to live entirely off the grid.
The easily assembled tiny Nomad home comes in a flat-pack box that slashes shipping costs. It includes a kitchen, living room, bathroom, and sleeping area, all of which are somehow tucked into every inch of the 10’ x 10’ space. Nomad’s pre-engineered green packages also include solar energy, rainwater collection and grey water treatment, all of which go a long way to keep energy consumption down. And, true to their name, the home itself can be as nomadic as its inhabitants desire.
The design team hopes to reduce consumerism by focusing on affordable sustainable housing. This alternative, they say, is expected to appeal to the largest portion of our society: hard-working individuals who can’t make ends meet due to the high cost of living.
Nomad is currently seeking funds through an Indiegogo campaign to scale up production of the micro home, which they claim is ready to be shipped anywhere on the planet.
Via Fast CoExist
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