At only 9.3 square feet (8 square meters) it’s indeed tiny, but this makes it even easier to transport using a trailer or a truck, with or without a crane. The team at Serena.House implemented a lot of sustainable solutions, including the use of natural materials.
This home’s walls can breathe, so that the air humidity can be regulated naturally, while the ecological insulation is made of cotton, wood, and hemp fibers, and the paint used both on the outside and the inside is also ecological.
The furniture is made of plywood, and the bathroom features natural stone panels. Most of the home’s additional elements, such as windows and countertops, come from nearby suppliers, which is not only better for the environment, but also help support the local artisans.
But the Freeland is also a smart house, equipped with advanced energy and water-level monitoring systems. The oven, stove, and hot water run on gas, and solar panels can also be installed. A sustainable, tranquil haven, Freeland also manages to pack all the basic amenities in a minimalistic but very effective layout - every inch in this micro-house is used wisely.
Blending a sustainable structure with high-end appliances, the Freeland is truly a minimalistic gem. For details regarding its price, you can contact Serena.House.