It’s great because it’s designed to be made from two 670 gallon water tanks which of course can be recycled. And, it’s really easy to assemble, too. The tanks are connected by a rectangle of wood.
How about that? A micro home that you don’t have to spend 1-2 years building… And you can tow it with a bicycle if you wanted to!
Lightweight, Portable & Reclaimed Water Tank Tiny House
This design is a product of the Little House Competition in Saitama, Japan which was held in early 2014.
The interior is made to accommodate 2-3 people. It has compartments to store your luggage and other goodies. And skylights to bring nature and light in.
And it’s more flexible than you might think at first since the company says you can:
- tow it by foot,
- by bicycle,
- by car,
- and even by boat.
Your lightweight, recycled, amphibious tiny home has arrived. And pricing for the first prototype is said to be just $8,000 to $10,000 according to Gizmag.
- Stereotank (original source)
- Gizmag (as seen on)
- Inhabitat (as seen on)
- 6sqft (as seen on)
- Co.Exist (as seen on)
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