Thursday, July 16, 2015
The Wohnwagon. A Very Different Tiny Living Space On Wheels...
There's more about this delightful looking home on wheels here.
The roof is evidently green, the insulation is sheep wool, the toilet composting and most materials used have been recycled.
It has solar power and an elaborate solar water heater with what looks like all the bells and whistles you can imagine, very Heath Robinson, to keep the interior warm.
Maybe it's really for making alcohol. But still...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: austrian designed, composting toilet, heath robinson, living in a tiny home on wheels, raw sheep wool insulation, self sufficient lifestyle, solar power, solar water heating, the living wagon, the wohnwagon
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Amazingly beautiful design. Love the pull out bed and what seems like quite a bit of storage for such a small space. The exterior is gorgeous too.ReplyDelete
Yes, it's gorgeous but the price tag aint. They are asking $40-100k+ for these, depending on fittings.ReplyDelete
Wow, that is expensive...Delete
That's why I wanna build my own.Delete
At that price, it should have its own engine and function like a house bus, & have a sauna & jacuzzi too.
Love the outside, not the inside so much, but I'm not a very modern style sort.ReplyDelete