Photo credit: Ecocapsule via Inhabitat

Always wanted to live off-grid in any place your heart desires? If so, Ecocapsule is exactly what you’re looking for. Designed by Nice Architects, this tiny sustainable home is powered by by solar / wind energy, and includes rainwater collection as well as a filtration system. While it may be small, the designers claim the micro-shelter can comfortably sleep two adults. Featuring a folding bed, two large windows, a work area that doubles as dining space, a shower, toilet, storage space and a built-in kitchenette with running water to round things off. Its integrated 750W wind turbine and a 2.6-square-meter solar array (600W output) power the Ecocapsule. Thanks to a dual-power system, the high-capacity battery (9,744Wh capacity) ensures you always have power in case of emergency. Click here to view the first image in this week’s WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how Pringles are made.