Free-standing, moveable 225-square-foot home is built to suit your desires for tone and light with non-toxic materials.
KODA manufactures tiny homes with adjustable tones and lights to suit the new homeowner’s desire and is built entirely with non-toxic finishing materials. Each home has solar panels on the roof, and returns more power to the grid than it uses. A single unit has as little as 9 m³ of concrete—with components that can be disassembled and easily reused. KODA structures are free-standing, enabling them to be assembled and disassembled many times over and even moved. Preparing a KODA for transport to your little patch of earth can be done in as four to seven hours—or less if you simply want to face your home in a new direction. It can be assembled on different surfaces (gravel, asphalt, and others) without digging up the ground to lay a foundation—a level footing and connection points for water, electricity, and sewerage are all that are required.
Manufactured in a controlled and optimized factory environment, the finished components can be erected in less than seven hours and require no special finishing to make it move-in ready.
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