Priced at under $30000USD, the NOMAD Micro Home measures just 100-square-feet and ships as an easy to build flat-pack that can operate off-grid. Inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and upstairs sleeping area into its small physical footprint. Continue reading for a video and more information.
The $25,000 base model includes kitchen cabinets, shelving, lots of storage space, laminate flooring, lighting, and pre-wired electrical outlets.
Shelling out more cash brings additions like a solar power system, grey water treatment and rainwater collection, while a wooden deck can also be added to offer some additional outdoor space.
Construction materials include metal structural insulated panels and galvanized metal siding, with baseboards and trim made from MDF.
The company promises that the NOMAD Micro Home will be termite-, moisture-, and fire-resistant, and cites disaster relief, student accommodation, and low-income housing as potential uses for the unit.