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This Self-Sustaining, 3D-Printed House Generates Its Own Electricity and Water

This Self-Sustaining, 3D-Printed House Generates Its Own Electricity and Water

This is haus.me, a self-sustainable, off-grid 3-printed house designed by a start-up called PassivDom. A genuine mobile house, haus.me can be placed or relocated easily and quickly. It doesn’t require a foundation – just simply a flat ground surface. It also comes equipped with water tanks, solar energy battery storage, and autonomous sewage.

Without the reliance of a propane tank, firewood or the need to be connected to electricity, water, or sewage, the smart home’s location is limitless. It’s also pre-equipped with top of the line furniture, a fully-equipped kitchen, Sonos speaker system, Nest camera, thermostat, Apple TV, 100″ projector screen, 24/7 internet connection, and a fingerprint door lock.



Haus.me also has 24 intelligent subsystems and uses space-station technologies. Its resistant materials include carbon fiber, durable polymers, and 6-panes of guarded glass that make up the exterior surface, while natural wood is used for the interior. It also isn’t vulnerable to bugs or rust.

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