A man in Los Angeles has brainstormed the idea of building home-on-wheels for students that are homeless. This self-contained, infrastructure-free property can be set up within a day. The home is powered by 400 watts solar panels on the roof which produces green energy. This energy fuels the Air Water generator, which converts the air molecules into water. It leads to the generation of 10 gallons of water each day. The smartly designed house has wooden compartments and in-built keepsakes, which save space. Also, there is a murphy bed, much to your exhilaration.
You can also feast your eyes on the greens on the rooftop – they can be watered directly by the filtration system, reducing any wastage of water. This house also comes with a composting toilet and all the basic amenities like utensils and cooktops. All facilities that you would otherwise get in a much more expensive studio apartment are all provided here at substantially lower costs.0