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EcoCapsule Is The Perfect Off-Grid Get Away Pod
July 5, 2015
Slovakian design firm, Nice Architects, introduces the latest design in off-grid living. Designed to be a modern comfortable solution to ecological living, the Ecocapsule offers the latest technology in tiny-home living.
The egg-shaped exterior is a far cry from the wood cabin or boxy trailer we are accustomed to seeing.
No part of this unusual design is accidental or superfluous.
The low-impact design means you can charge the internal battery in almost any weather condition. Rainwater collection will keep you supplied with fresh water for the kitchenette, shower and toilet.
You may be camping in the middle of no where, but that doesn't mean you can't charge up your laptop, camera or even your smart car. It is this kind of attentiveness to modern necessities that makes the EcoCapsule stand apart.
The cabin is designed to comfortably fit two, with an interior lay out that leaves room for all the necessities.
Multiple storage options neatly tucks away your necessities in a well designed space.
A kitchenette with sink can be used to make a hot meal if the weather does not permit building a campfire. Large opening windows allows lets you decide if you want a cross breeze or some privacy.
Ecocapsule is taking preorders for production. Although it is designed to be easily shipped a chassie for a more easily towed camper version isn't slated to be released until 2016.
What do you think of this new way to get away?