Minimalist living for the technologically savvy. The concept shows how one 20′ container can be used to provide 25 square meters (265 sqft) of carefully crafted living space.
Hauspod can be delivered to any location in the world.
The transformation from container to dwelling begins by simply opening the container doors.
As the pod emerges, the roof tilts upward, directing the solar panels and providing a water capture system.
HausPod is an off-grid, self-sufficient, low-impact dwelling. 4 solar panels provide enough electricity to power the entire pod, and a water catchment and filtering system provides a continual source of clean water. HausPod ships with a 1,200 litre water reservoir.
The interior layout is divided into logical living compartments: A bed and storage are located inside the pod. Living, dining, kitchen are open-concept. A dedicated 3 piece bathroom completes the house.
The bedroom has sleeping quarters for 3 (single bunk and queen).
The bathroom is a single formed mold. A composting toilet, and low-flow fixtures utilize water resources efficiently. Above the bathroom is a water tank and filtering system, which provides water to both the bathroom and kitchen.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a touch screen interface that allows a user to monitor and control their home. This unit also provides remote connectivity through the iPhone app, allowing the user to control their HausPod if they are not at home.