Going off the grid can be taken to new extremes with the 'SCARAB' Remote Living Habitat that is intended to provide those with a penchant for solitude to find it wherever they desire. Designed by Eric Wang, the dwelling is positioned to be highly adaptable both inside and out in order to let inhabitants customize it to their needs. This includes leveling it to suit the terrain or even fitting it with specialized floaters to use it on a body of water.
The 'SCARAB' Remote Living Habitat also boasts a large system of batteries that are built-in to the floor panels along with an emergency generator to keep equipment and lights running. The home unit also boasts freshwater holding tanks and a filtration system to ensure potable water is always available for up to two weeks at a time.