Part tiny home, part sci-fi space craft, the Ecocapsule wants to make living off the grid even more sustainable. Though it looks uncomfortably small, your new home away from home features a kitchenette, bathroom with shower, fold-out bed, and work space that doubles as a dining area. Consider it the world's smallest hotel.
Ecocapsule houses two adults, whether you’re looking for next-level camping, housing for a research project, or starting your own wilderness-based tourism adventure.
Committed to staying as low-impact as possible, power is provided from a built-in wind turbine and solar panels, but there’s a back up battery for emergency situations, of course. Measuring 8.3 by 14.5 feet, the Ecocapsule easily hitches to most trucks, and can be shipped to the U.S. for $2,400. The price is still TBD, but the Slovakia-based design company is showcasing their work at Pioneers festival in Vienna, and taking orders they expect to deliver in 2016.