Estonian design company Kodasema has come up with a brilliant solution for anyone who enjoys a regular change of scenery. They created a tiny house that can be taken apart, packed up and reassembled in any place, at any time.
The 23-square metre abode is called Koda and features a bathroom, a lounge room, a kitchen, a terrace and even a set of stairs that leads to the bedroom on the upper level.
And it doesn’t stop there. The home, which is built from sustainable materials, is pretty much self-contained and ‘green’ boasting solar panels on the roof, thin but well-insulated walls (with a U value of 0.1 W/m²K), quadruple glazing to conserve temperature and innovative LED lighting and architecture that makes maximum use of sun.
The futuristic construction also comes with connection points for water, electricity and sewerage, perfect for a city set-up.
The best part? Dismantling and preparation for transport takes as little as four to seven hours.
Story first appeared on 7travel.com.au