Sustainable Futuristic Smart Houses That Will Take Your Breath Away

Manufactured homes are on the rise as a solution to home prices or as an alternative to having a second home.

This tiny house is designed in detail to be comfortable, but also safe. It has been made of steel and top-quality materials to guarantee safety, even in case of earthquakes, or fire, since the material of the outer wall has a fire resistance of more than 2 hours, while the inner wall has a fire-resistance greater than 1 hour.Β 

To ensure absolute comfort, and according to the manufacturer, the walls also have greater acoustic insulation than that which can be enjoyed in five-star hotels. The house also has thermal insulation thanks to a double insulation wall technology that includes intermediate layers, or a unidirectional breathing layer that allows reducing the interior humidity. And it does not need a foundation to be installed.

In addition, the house is sustainable, since 90% of the materials used in its construction process are recyclable, and it has solar panels so that it can be self-supplied. An important detail so that it can be installed on a plot without electrical connection, or simply to save on electricity bills at a time when the price of electricity is skyrocketing.

Apart from the futuristic design of the exterior thanks to its curved and organic lines, inside there is a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom, and two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes. Both the furniture and the appliances are compact to optimize space. And how could it be otherwise, the houses are home automation, incorporating voice control systems, and smart toilets or mirrors can be added.



Tags: decorations, futuristic houses, home decor, interior design, smart homes, sustainable homes

Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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