If you fancy yourself a nomad, check out Walking House, a mobile and modular dwelling system that is pneumatically powered, all-terrain ready. The vehicle-home crawls along at a snail's pace of 60 meters per hour, which equates to less than 1/2 a mile per hour. Akin in concept to the rolling house-on-the-go (except in the way cooler insect-like robot form), Walking House also boasts some cool eco-friendly features:
- rainwater collector
- uses solar energy to heat hot water
- small composting toilet
- wood-burning fireplace for heat
- optional: greenhouse addition that would allow the dweller to grow food
The best part? The units can be infinitely expanded or joined with other units to create traveling nomadic robot communities. Created by Danish architecture studio n55.
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