This is the NOMAD. It is a sustainable micro home with a footprint of merely 10’x10′. Within that footprint we have a living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.
We’re not entirely sure about what is going on here, but it seems to me that designer Ian Lorne Kent has stolen The Doctor’s Tardis and reverse engineered the technology. This tiny house definitely is bigger on the inside than it is outside. On this he said:
I knew that effective design could make a space this size feel comfortable. My goal was to produce an efficient yet cozy home with minimal impact on yard space and the environment.
Nice try, Ian. This is clearly black magic. The easily assembled home is expected to cost 30,000 USD, and the project is currently looking for funding on indiegogo.