POD Idladla

Jul 27, 2015

Category: Living

The Pod Idladla is an impressively designed pre-fabricated modular nano-home that is as versatile as it is unique. Crafted in South Africa, the Pod Idladla is specifically built to have a number of different configurations to suit your own needs.

The units fit into a 17-square-meter box and can be positioned in various configurations to form larger, multi-use living areas. Each space is crafted with standard drywall construction materials such as steel, aluminum and wood, and they’re designed to have more than one use; you’re not in a living room or a dining room, you’re in a dine-in-living task room. The mezzanine bedroom fits two comfortably. The Pod Idladla also comes standard with a front deck, encouraging indoor-outdoor living and a relaxing environment. Pricing isn’t available for the Pod Idladla just yet, as the company is still reviewing costs. But, think about how little time you’d waste cleaning your dwelling if your living space were this size — that’s more time you can spend doing other things. [Purchase]

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