New Architectural Design – “Off-Grid Living”

by Kayla Harmon on June 29, 2015

The new age of futuristic living is just around the corner. Technology is ever growing, making the idea of robots, hover cars and livable space crafts more of a possibility in today’s world.

The “ecocapsule”, designed by Nice Architects is a low-energy living space with a fold-able bed, a kitchenette and bathroom with running hot and cold water. It is made to fit two adults comfortably and has a very compact and efficient design that makes traveling easier then hauling around a large RV. This new design makes living “off the grid” more affordable by using a built-in turbine as well as photo-voltaic cells that store plenty of natural energy.

For more information please visit http://www.designboom.com/architecture/nice-architects-ecocapsule-low-energy-off-grid-house-06-02-2015/

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