If you like tiny homes on foundations then the SOLETA might interest you.
It’s a zero energy tiny house created by Catalin Butmalai of the Justin Capra Foundation for Invention in Romania.
The house is on display at the United States Embassy in Bucharest.
Not only does it power itself thanks to solar and wind, but it can also be managed with your smartphone.
It’s 48 square meters downstairs and 9 square meters up in the loft.
That translates to 516 square feet downstairs and 96 square feet upstairs.
So 612 square feet in total living space without including the outside deck space.
Solar & Wind Powered Tiny House with Smart Ventilation System
I encourage you to enjoy the complete tour (including video!) below:
The Soleta Zero Energy One Tiny Home
Storage Cabinet Doubles as Staircase to Loft
Japanese Style Dining Area
Extra Dining Space in the Kitchen
Climate is also controlled with a ventilation monitoring system that can be managed with your smartphone.
Notice the windows that open and close below.
Video of this Tiny House (Not in English, sorry)
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