Solar-Powered POD-Idladla: A tiny flat-pack home for two that lets you live almost anywhere

If simple living means living happier, you’ll find bliss in the 186-square-foot POD-Idladla, a compact prefab home for two that can move almost anywhere you wish. South Africa-based architect Clara da Cruz Almeida collaborated with local design firm Dokter+Misses to create the modular nano-home, which is powered by solar energy and can be customized off-site to the client’s specifications. The minimal and charming mobile pod ships flat-pack and assembles onsite in a snap.

Read More: Solar-powered POD-Idladla is a tiny flat-pack home for two that lets you live almost anywhere | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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