This is the mOne by Haus.me (@zombieproof.home on Instagram), a company that makes 3D-printed smart homes, including a studio tiny home, a two-bedroom single family home, and an upcoming two-story, glass home. The one I’ll show you here, is called the mOne.
It’s a 400-sq.-ft. off-grid studio with full kitchen and bathroom. It’s designed for two people. The next model up, doubles your space. It’s a solar-energy home with smart features like remote controlled blinds and it even features a 99.9% antibacterial and antivirus protection system with advanced HEPA air quality control. What do you think?
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3D-printed Smart Tiny House With 99.9% Anti-Viral And Anti-Bacterial System…And It’s Zombie-Proof!
This model, the mOne, is a 400-sq.-ft. studio-space. The bathroom is in the rear corner, behind the cabinets, where you can see the washer/dryer.
The cabinets open up to reveal a kitchenette. When you’re not using it, you can hide it for a cleaner look. If you want more color, you can add art to the doors.
The floor to ceiling windows have built-in shades. There are options for very-expensive, but super-cool windows with high tech tints that you can adjust.
There’s also the more affordable but still very-cool projector screen for your entertainment. Also notice the hanging storage over the sofa bed.
The mini split is installed right over the kitchen.
Lots of storage in this little home. Oh! There’s the projector system.
It’s a smart house with lots of controls available at the touch of a button. Your lights, air conditioning, solar system, and other systems.
This is the floor plan…
The bathroom is modern.
Back to the living space, please!
It does look clean when everything is closed up.
But hey, let’s poke into the kitchen because it is pretty nice for such a compact kitchen.
This sink might be larger and deeper than it looks.
Control your lights and shades right here.
With some more furniture…
Right after it’s 3D-printed?
It’s hard to believe that we’re getting to a place where we are 3D-printing homes, isn’t it?
This is what it looks like on the road…
How cool is that?
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Would you ever consider a prefab home like this?
It’s a 400-sq.-ft. smart tiny house with solar power.
It can be placed on any flat piece of land.
Since it has its own solar power system, you don’t necessarily need hook ups.
Imagine a fully off-grid capable tiny home.
It almost looks like some sort of space habitation system, doesn’t it?
Who knows, maybe Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos with end up putting homes like this on Mars.
But let’s get back to earth!…
According to Business Insider, there are already many requests, several preorders, and they’re set to start delivering in October 2020.
The 3D printed frame is turned into a home that can withstand extreme weather conditions.
And since they’re prefabricated, they’re made to deliver, and can be moved, too!
The mOne Haus.me prefab, self-sufficient 400-sq.-ft. studio. It creates its own power with solar.
They have another unit, called the mTwo that offers double the space, suitable for a family.
Video Tour… See It In Action…
- Prefab, 3D-printed homes
- Off-the-grid, autonomous, smart homes
- mOne 400-sq.-ft. model (studio)
- mTwo 800-sq.-ft. model (house)
- Deliveries start October 2020
- Homes can be moved (transportable)
- All systems run on solar-power (self-sufficient)
- 3-D composite polymer frame (safe for hurricanes, earthquakes)
- Record-breaking energy efficiency (20x more efficient than average American home)
- Engineered in Germany
- Manufactured in the USA out of Reno, NV
- Units can be personalized
- House can be controlled remotely (grant access, manage air conditioning, blinds, lights, etc.)
While a timber frame and plywood house is typically guaranteed by the manufacturer for 10-40 years, usually when termites and other bugs, moisture, rot, or mold are not present. haus.me is made of a 3-D polymer composite that is innovative, robust, and safe, and it has a at least a 10 times longer lifetime than homes made with traditional building materials.
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Our big thanks to Don Campbell for sharing!🙏
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