Financial economical pressure resulted in practical sustainable mobile home design

What would you say if I tell you: yes, there is a way to live in a comfortable mobile home; yes it is easy to transport, yet it is relatively cheap; and yes it is GREAT simply because it has a minimal foot print?

Dia Haifei, a 24 year old architect from Beijing has found what seems to be relatively simple solution to one of the main problems the young generation faces: the mega-polis high living cost. The structure is build from bamboo and wood chips for insulation, it features a solar powered interior, and living-growing exterior. All the finances needed were 1000$. The pictures below would give you a clear idea of what it feels to own your own egg shaped sustainable mobile home.

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Dai Haifei, 24, from China's Hunan provi

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