This Modular Home Only Takes 4 Hours to Make and Better Yet It’s Completely Solar Powered
Technology| | By Margo Gothelf
If you have caught the tiny home bug, you might want to listen up!
KODA is a tiny house good for both a bank account and the environment. Created by Estonian designers at Kodasema, KODA is “a tiny prefabricated home that can move with its homeowners,” shared Inhabitat.
The moveable home can be built and be ready for disassembly in just four hours. The tiny structure is made mainly of concrete allowing the structure to be built without a foundation. The whole house is powered entirely by solar panels with “quadruple glazing and vacuum-insulated concrete walls” that diminish a high demand for energy to keep a regular temperature.
All of the KODA units are modular and can be added to a bigger living space. They can even be stacked on top of each other.
Each home is 260 square-feet with an open floor plan that allows natural light to flow in. The kitchen, bathroom, and loft bedroom are kept near the top of the unit for maximum privacy and are lit by LED lights. All of the units can be hooked up to a water, sewage, and electric system, however it can be lived on “off the grid” for a short period of time.
“In our minds KODA can become whatever you want: a city center home, a lakeside summer house, a cozy café, an office, workshop or studio or even a classroom,” Kodasema shared. “Its clever design provides the inspiration to make best use of every square inch of space and envisage how the built-in components, even the walls, can be adjusted to meet their purpose most effectively.”
The units are selling for $95,000, yet they aren’t on the international market yet.
Check out more on the KODA unit here.