We first featured the Sustain miniHome last year. It’s a compact green dwelling that fits on the back of a truck. Now there’s a video of the home, demonstrating it’s space-saving features…
The miniHome was created by the Sustain Design Studio team, and they describe it as:
The world’s first, completely self-sufficient, ecological trailer design, the miniHome features many of the ‘mod-cons’ that consumers have come to expect, without the associated energy, resource or material use. Within a well-organized 38 sm (350 sf), there is everything you need for comfortable, year-round, sustainable living.
Via: Jetson Green
7 thoughts on “The Sustain miniHome: A Modern Green RV”
Absolutely Superb! Lived in many different trailers and mobile homes myself…and I just Love this one :). You thought of everything! Kudos 2 you, this is now my dream home!
This was what the us gov feared when the first airstream and other rv type vehicles came out. That if given a choice people would choose to go “off the grid.” Nice design! Would it be possible to give it higher ceilings? or does that legally change it from a trailor to a home? I will be contacting you.
Please email me information on your unit…is it up and running or still planning stage?
with best wishes for you
please sent to me more about sustainable architecture
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Hey, we have that table in the kitchen. It’s from Ikea, and is called the Norden. Here’s a link to the table.