This Self-Sustaining Eco-Friendly Cabin Will Cost $100,000
Feb 29, 2016 13:39
Imagine being able to have a mobile cabin you can bring to anywhere, which is both eco-friendly and self-sustaining. This is Wohnwagon's creation, and it uses natural and recycled materials such as clay plaster.
Made with a solar photovoltaic rooftop, it generates the home's electricity and provides heating during the winter and cooling during the summer.
Its windows are designed to let in as much natural light needed during the day.
The home itself is also very beautifully designed on the inside.
It doesn't look like it's meant for camping at all.
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