Coodo Modular Living Units

Nov 30, 2016

Category: Living

Have you ever gone on a long hike or visited a new location and thought to yourself, ‘I wish I could just have my own place right here’. Well, thanks to Coodo’s modular living units, doing just that has gotten a whole lot easier.

These pre-fabricated lofts are built to be placed wherever you want, and can be arranged however you see fit. Looking for a vacation home? Or maybe a more permanent abode? The Coodo will fit the bill. The units are modular, allowing them to do everything from connect lengthwise, to stacking one top of one another so you can get the perfect fit for your needs. Essentially small, sleek apartments, each features large sturdy walls with heavy glass floor to ceiling windows. All of the heating, cooling, and power systems are integrated in the flooring and the walls making it so wherever you decide to place this home, you’ll be bringing comfort and convenience with you. Prices are available on request. [Purchase]

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