Koda is a portable home
Koda is a portable home. Good news for anyone who missed the comforts of home while traveling.
The designers in Estonia managed to create a small house with a full function like a shelter in general. But this one house can be dismantled, packed and taken anywhere.
Quoted from news.com.au, house named Koda, measuring 23 square meters and can be built independently.
Inside is a 1 bedroom, 1 main room, kitchen, bathroom, terrace and stairs leading to the upper floor.
There are connection points for water, electricity, and sewage disposal. This product is designed to generate and store their own energy when it was established in remote areas.
According to the designer collection is incorporated in Kodasema, almost all of the concrete structure can be disassembled in less than 7 hours.
Most of the quality of our life depends on the house and the location fit our needs. When choosing a place to stay, there may be a risk in these two cases. Houses and apartments could not be moved, but could Koda, said Kodasema.
He stands alone, not embedded in the ground, and the design and structure allows the preparation and demolition many times.
The little house include windows and walls four layers of vacuum insulated so that the temperature inside remains comfortable. These modular units can be combined to fill the wider region.
Now, sales are still limited Koda in Estonia at a price of 126 thousand Australian dollars. But this product has been nominated as best mini project in the World Architecture Festival in Berlin in November.