The Taku-Tanku is Compact and Transportable

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: stereotank & designboom
Taku-Tanku is the result of a design competition called 'Little House' in Japan. Stereotank and Fukuda teamed up to produce this travelling abode made out of water tanks, which is surprisingly quite functional.

The design is also meant to be eco-friendly, with solar power abilities that turn the lights and fans on during the evening. While the Taku-Tanku doesn't have a motor capabilities, it can be towed behind a small car or truck, making it perfect for camping or relaxing by the water. For those who are confident in their biking abilities, the tiny house can be pulled by people who don't mind breaking a sweat while transporting the Taku-Tanku. At least they will have a place to crash if they become tired!

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