Weehouse by Alchemy Architects

Oct 22, 2015

Category: Living

When you hear the name Weehouse, you probably think of something with indoor slip-n-slides, ball pits, and NERF guns. But, in fact, the Weehouse includes none of those things, as it’s a turnkey sustainable living solution that’s compact, modern, and eco-friendly.

Every house is shipped on a truck in an almost-ready state. It offers passive solar heating, solar energy, and it has the ability to collect rain water for recycling. Designed by Alchemy Architects, the house is highly customizable, as buyers can choose their own siding, flooring, countertops, cabinets, appliances and bathroom finishes. Each home is factory built, and then the finishing touches (like siding) are completed on-site after it ships. Place one of these on the ground, add your own furniture, and you’ve got yourself an impressively eco-friendly yet modern-looking home. Pricing starts at $80,000, with the cost of the land being the biggest varying factor. [Purchase]

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