Want to live off the grid, conduct research in remote areas, or simply enjoy a private and cozy experience away from civilization in style?
Should that be the case, then Ecocapsule might be what you’re looking for.
Bratislava-based company, Nice Architects, have designed an elegant solution to being able to travel and live almost anywhere, while fulfilling many of our basic needs that other portable homes do not.
These beautiful egg-shaped houses are designed to be self-sustaining smart house. Each unit comes with solar panels, a retractable wind turbine, and a design that captures rain water and filters it into drinkable water.
The aesthetically pleasing interior also features a kitchenette, a shower that runs hot water, and a flushing toilet.
Additionally, the capsule home’s is designed in such a way to minimize heat loss.
If you’re willing to spend a considerable sum of money, then the Ecocapsule is a very functional and practical investment. As the company suggests, given to its long off-the-grid life-span, these portable pods can be used not only for vacationing, but as research stations, humanitarian-action units or emergency housing.