Well, if you are among those who can’t afford mobile home such as the $500,000 EarthRoamer XV-LTS, we have a much reasonably priced option for you. Michael Weekes, Buffalo, New York-based designer of 21st century affordable tiny homes is offering a $1,500 dome-shaped home perfect for your adventure trip. Named Life Pod, this dream home on wheels is an ideal getaway for people looking for a break from their daily boring routine. The 112-square-foot mobile home suitable for residential use comes with 100 square feet of living space and offers all the basic amenities.
Measuring 13.5 foot long and weighing 1,200-pounds, the Life Pod has been built from Luan plywood covered with TPO-thermoplastic polyolefin. The travel trailer with a 8-foot diameter was created by Michael R Weekes over a course of 10 weeks. Inspired by nature, the dome shaped pod has been designed in conformity with the Golden Ratio principle of proportion.
Just like luxurious caravans and travel trailers, the Life Pod by Michael R Weekes comes with a full-sized bed, kitchen, a shower, sink, and a compostable toilet too. Other basic features include a ceiling fan, a microwave oven and an oil burner heater which gets powered by 110-volt electrical power achieved from an electrical outlet.
In order to revolutionize affordable housing through innovation, the Life Pod and Tiny Dome Home can also offer recreational and emergency relief services to the people. Also, it can work as a safe dwelling for the urban pioneer, storm survivor and those looking to escape into the wilderness. The dome shaped Life Pod by Michael R Weekes comes with an affordable price of $1,500.
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