Simple Home is a home, designed by Austrian Gerhard Feldbacher, that offers an interesting balance between size and ease of transport. The dwelling has four integrated legs that allow it to be easily moved by truck and left in its intended location -- all without the aid of a crane or other machinery.
The home features an innovative swap body system with surprisingly simple workings. Essentially, the home's legs can be unfolded, allowing it to be moved via truck. The process can simply be reversed.
The Simple Home can either be run via a connection to the electricity grid or as an off-grid solar-powered system. Waste water can be connected to a sewer or tank, making the home even more eco-friendly.
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