The NOMAD Micro Home measures just 100 sq ft (9.2 sq m)
The pint-sized dwelling shoe-horns a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and upstairs sleeping area into its small physical footprint
The base model sports kitchen cabinets, shelving, and other storage, laminate flooring, lighting, and prewired electrical outlets
Construction materials include metal structural insulated panels, and galvanized metal siding, with baseboards and trim made from MDF
The NOMAD Micro Home is currently the subject of an Indiegogo campaign
Shelling out more cash brings goodies like a solar power system, grey water treatment and rainwater collection
Canadian company NOMAD Homes has produced a new concept micro-home that measures just 100 sq ft (9.2 sq m), ships as a flat-pack, can operate off-grid, and is said to be easy-to-build. The firm has turned to Indiegogo to raise funds for manufacturing, and eventually intends to sell the base version of the home for under US$25,000.
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