Kodasema, a design firm based in Estonia, continues the evolution of tiny homes and offers Koda, a free-standing micro-house with structure that allows it to be assembled and disassembled many times over. Moreover, a Koda house can be assembled on different surfaces (gravel, asphalt and others) without the additional work of digging up the ground and laying foundations. All this micro-property needs is a level footing and connection points for water, electricity and sewerage.
Koda is a minimalist 326 square foot concrete home that features a full bathroom, laundry room, and loft bedroom space. It is built from concrete and ships in prefabricated sections, so it takes roughly seven hours to be installed. The home uses just 9 cubic meters (317 cu ft) of concrete in all. Noise, dust, bacteria, cold weather, winter gloom and summer heat are all kept behind the sturdy door, quadruple glazing and vacuum-insulated concrete walls.
The micro-house spans over a 326 sq ft of floorspace. The two-storied home features a large living room, kitchen area and a bathroom with toilet and bath/shower on the ground floor, while stairs lead to a small bedroom area and laundry room. Its clever design provides the inspiration to make best use of every square inch of space and envisage how the built-in components, even the walls, can be adjusted to meet their purpose most effectively. The solar panels based on the roof ensure that Koda returns more power to the grid than it uses.
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