Home is where the heart is. It needn’t be as big as Antilia or as small as a rabbit hole. To make your living smart and gracious, haus.me adds Microhaus to its elite line-up of tiny homes and you dare not compare it to vanity.
Previously, Homecrux has introduced you to the off-grid prefab home by haus.me and with Microhaus being the latest inductee in their sustainable homes, it seems that the tiny homemaker would soon be the ideal choice for people worldwide. Microhaus comes in two models: the Light and the Pro variant. The only difference between the two is the quality of construction material and the interior design.
Featuring 3D printed structural components, Microhaus is made from fiberglass and painted steel. Delivered in one piece, the tiny house requires very little setup and can easily be transported anywhere in the world. Thanks to its small and lightweight nature, the tiny house can also be placed in your backyard without any hassle.
The interior of the house is docked with smart appliances that blend with stone, wood, and soft fabric finishes. Leaving no stones unturned to make a smart home, it features a cloud-based self-diagnosis system, power and water backup of up to 10 hours, voice control, touch-less faucets, adaptive lights, antivirus shield air purification system, and reverse osmosis water purification system.
Comprising a kitchenette, a bedroom, and a bathroom, the Microhaus has a total area of 11 square meters. The kitchen area is equipped with a micro-fridge and microwave. In addition, there is a sink, a coffee maker, and some storage space to make living more comfortable for you. The bedroom features a bed for two with decent storage space and is equipped with a professional-level audio and video system. The bathroom comprises a full-size shower and an electric toilet.
The feature-packed house won’t cost much as compared to its predecessor. Weighing around 4,307 kgs, it is easily transportable on a trailer. Being durable in nature, it can withstand any climatic fury. The Light Microhause can be purchased for $60,000 and the Pro model for $80,000.
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