Forget boring and unadventurous hotels, forget austere outdoor holidaying in tents, forget batteries and flashlights or electric sockets, forget challenging expeditions in extreme conditions and most of all forget discomfort and soaked through clothes thanks to heavy rains. Instead experience self-sufficient privacy while researching wildlife in the midst of nowhere or relaxing in your favourite secret spot, directly on the beach or atop a cliff. And in the meantime, enjoy all the modern comforts of electricity, a safe haven made of steel around you as well as a comfy bed. All without the spatial and logistic limitations of keeping normal dwellings.
This egg-like mini-house generates its own supply of energy by using solar cells and a wind turbine, while also featuring a toilet and shower, that uses collected and filtered rainwater. There’s even a kitchenette and a foldable bed. All you need to do to avoid civilization is hunting and gathering your food. And you’re all set.
This could become the designer version of an apocalyptic survival dwelling.
You will supposedly be able to pre-order soon and have it delivered by next year.
Thanks to inhabitat.com for sharing this!