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This Tiny Egg-Shaped House Makes It Easy To Live Sustainably Off The Grid

By Aimee Lutkin

Prefabricated housing units have made so many leaps and bounds in recent years that they actually look like they're from the future. The Ecocapsule looks like it is designed to fit into the world of The Jetsons or a Star Fleet trailer park. Treehugger reports that the egg-shaped unit is designed by Bratislava-based Nice Architects. They obviously wanted something that would stimulate the imagination in every way.

According to their website, the Ecocapsule is self-sustainable; you can live off the grid and create your own power with solar and wind energy. It produces enough power to function as a charging station for an electric car. It also offers a degree of luxury. It's a "smart" house, enabled with sensors that can also connect to your smartphone. And it looks great in all sorts of settings: