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Tumbleweed’s Tiny Popomo Trailer is a Rolling Home that Gathers no Moss

Posted By Tafline Laylin On September 22, 2011 @ 9:00 am In Architecture,Gallery,Green Transportation,Innovation | No Comments

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In addition to having a small footprint, though it’s difficult to see, the home’s seemingly flat roof actually has a slope that allows rainwater to be collected into a back tank [5]. The Popomo sits atop a flatbed trailer that it is easily towed, but don’t let the “rough look” fool you: this is a solid home with all of the amenities the modern nomad [6] needs sans the massive mortgage. For roughly $20,000 in materials you can have your very own rolling home and gather no moss as you go!

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URLs in this post:

[1] Tumbleweed's tiny homes: http://www.tinyhousedesign.com/2011/07/26/tumbleweed-popomo-costs-approximately-20k-in-materials/

[2] COR-TEN exterior siding: http://inhabitat.com/spectacular-huercal-overa-lookout-tower-gets-a-rustic-upgrade/

[3]  : http://inhabitat.com/tumbleweeds-tiny-popomo-trailer-is-a-rolling-home-that-gathers-no-moss/popomo-trailer-tumbleweed-6/?extend=1

[4] Image: http://inhabitat.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2011/09/Popomo-trailer-tumbleweed-6.jpg

[5] rainwater to be collected into a back tank: http://inhabitat.com/rainwater-harvesting-seattle-residences-aiming-for-leed-platinum/

[6] the modern nomad: http://inhabitat.com/kyu-che-lifepod-yurt-of-the-future/

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