A group of Spanish architects and engineers joined forces to create ViVood - a tiny wooden prefab home. Developed by Daniel Mayo Pardo, this little energy-efficient shelter comes complete with integrated solar panels. The modular home is made from pine wood, and it can be adapted to different sizes, landscapes and needs.
ViVood was designed and manufactured in Spain using local materials and labor. Its technologically advanced design allows for easy mass production, and therefore lower costs. Its roof and walls pop-up from its wooden base, which comes with adjustable legs that can adapt to any terrain.
The energy-efficient home uses both passive and active strategies to reduce its footprint. It has pre-installed solar panels in addition to apertures that let in plenty of sunshine. Dry toilets are also installed in this clever wooden house, together with a system for storing water. Thanks to its modular design, ViVood can be ordered in different sizes that range from 130 to 345 square feet.
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