Phoenix Volcano House in Hawaii

Jun 15, 2017

Category: Living

Remember occasionally playing “the floor is lava” as a kid? Thanks to the Phoenix Volcano House, you can relive that childhood game on your next vacation.

Located on Hawaii’s big island, this small 450 square foot vacation rental puts you right in the center of the action. Set at the base of Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, renters of this tiny home can just as easily head into the forest as they can walk a short 4 miles to an active lava waterfall. The flow drops off the land directly into the ocean at a rate of nearly 1 ton per minute. More than just being in a unique location, this one of a kind cabin is both incredibly comfortable and designed to operate completely off-the-grid. Powered by solar energy, built from up-cycled materials, and sources its water from fallen rain – it adheres to just about all of the most common sustainable housing principals. As if we needed another excuse to go to Hawaii.

Visit: $111


More From Living

Featured Image

The 12 Best Bed Sheets

Today's finest foundations for creating a cozy sleep space.

Posted By

Jul 2, 2020

Featured Image

‘Little House On The Ferry’ Is A 3-Piece Prefab On Maine’s Forested Coast

Crafted and built with Quebec-sourced black spruce panels.

Posted By

Jul 1, 2020

Featured Image

Weber Arquitectos’ ‘Rancho San Simon’ Is A Serene Volcanic Stone Forest Abode

Enveloped in the natural beauty of the Mexican countryside.

Posted By

Jun 30, 2020

Featured Image

This Space Tourism Company Is Offering Balloon Rides 19-Miles Above Earth

Launching from a NASA center and ending with an ocean landing.

Posted By

Jun 29, 2020

Featured Image

Enjoy An Upcoming Solar Eclipse With This Patagonian Glamping Package

An all-inclusive luxury vacation in Argentina's Collon Cura Valley.

Posted By

Jun 25, 2020

Featured Image

Stellar Works & Nendo Collaborate On Morphing Minimalist Furniture

Introducing three intriguing pieces to amplify your living area.

Posted By

Jun 25, 2020