Commuting and frequent traveling consumes a great deal of time. If your work has you constantly on the road, you are probably tired of skipping between cities. Thankfully, a solution may be on the horizon. An inventive man from Texas recently developed a prototype for a mobile apartment, or “Kasita.”
This “little home” is crafted from steel and measures approximately 20 feet wide. Since it is made for downtown and contains necessary appliances and a killer sound system, it sets itself apart from conventional mobile homes.
To make the tiny home feel larger, the walls are painted white, the ceilings are heightened, and reflective surfaces line the space. One of the most unique places is a fully-enclosed glass balcony, which is used for personal expression.
This mobile space is just the beginning of a bigger plan. One day, this Kasita will be multiplied and made into a global network. Key cities will house “racks” that stack six to nine individual units. Water, electricity, and other utilities will be included. It will be simple to plug in your home and move when necessary.
The best part of this arrangement is living affordably without the need for a roommate. Since today’s workforce requires flexibility, wandering homes are ideal. Certain builders argue these spaces are not practical. Despite the “tiny home” craze in areas like the Netherlands, certain contractors question the costs associated with mobile apartments. However, anyone who has frequently moved knows the conveniences this idea would bring. Someday soon, you may be able to take advantage of this technology and enjoy your own rack in a stack.

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