Tiny homes are all the rage these days. People have been looking for ways to simplify their daily lives, but it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out exactly where to start. Ian Kent thinks he has the solution with his Nomad Micro Home.
This cost effective (roughly $30,000) micro home can be shipped anywhere on the planet, and can be built all by yourself. The home measures in at 10’x10′ (100 square feet), and has everything you need to live comfortably. The two story space includes a downstairs living room, kitchen, and bathroom while a small bedrooms is located upstairs. The Nomad Micro Home has been equipped with solar panels, a rain collection system, and large windows to help the small space feel larger than it actually it is, which also provides a nice source of natural light. Staying true to its name, the Nomad home can be easily relocated. Check out the video below, and support the project on IndieGoGo.
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