The Ecocapsule is a micro-shelter, developed by awesomely named Nice Architects, that is capable of operating off-grid whilst showcasing an impressive array of sustainable technologies. These include solar power systems, wind power as well as rainwater collection and filtration.
The egg-shaped shelter has a cozy interior that includes a shower, toilet, kitchenette, work space, dining area, folding bed and both internally and externally accessed storage. The bathroom is equipped with a composting toilet and shower, while the rainwater collection and filtration system offers sustainable generation of clean drinking water. The home is accessed through a single door, and it has two operable windows.
With its combination of a cute and inviting design and top-notch sustainability features, the Ecocapsule may represent the future of sustainable living.
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