This gorgeous tiny off-grid prefab floating home can be assembled in just two days. Called LilliHaus, the self contained home is 3.2m w x 12m long and can be mounted atop a catamaran hull and sailed to a speed of four knots. The Brazillian architects, SysHaus, produce the homes on computer-controlled automatic machines to guarantee low construction waste, traceability of materials and quality of product.
There is also an option to construct the house on land and there are various floor plan configurations so you can use each module individually or combined to form a larger house.
What a fantastic idea to make the home adaptable for land and sea! Tiny homes just keep getting better and better.
– Rooftop solar panels and battery storage system generate all the home’s energy requirements
– Drinking water is sourced from the water on which it sits and is treated
– Rainwater collection tank also used for fresh water requirements
– All blackwater and greywater pass through a three-phase biodegester system so water can be returned back to it’s original source
– Energy efficient lighting and appliances are used
– Natural ventilation is used for cooling
– Wood fired combustion heater used in cooler weather
– Natural materials used throughout
– Skylights minimise lighting requirements
LilliHaus is the largest house in the SysHaus plug&play family. All of them are sent to the place completely ready and finished, and can even be delivered with all the furniture and equipment and are assembled in a maximum of two days. The lilliHaus has dimensions of 3.20 meters wide by 12 meters long, maximum width so that transportation in Brazil can be done in trucks without the use of escort.
Nadine is the founder and editor of Eco Edition and founder of the Eco Edition Design School. She’s an experienced interior designer, sustainable materials consultant, speaker and serial home renovator.