There’s one thing that’s for sure – in a couple of years contractors and builders are going to be almost completely obsolete thanks to advances in 3D printing. PassivDom, are makers of an “autonomous 3D-printed mobile house,” which allows you to own truly mobile housing that is pretty comfortable when you have a look at the amenities that are included in the package.
Max Gerbut, a Ph.D. of Engineering Sciences of physics of the solid state invested €200,000 of his own dosh in the project and they’re looking for a few angel investors for their project.
“PassivDom is the world’s first mobile and transportable house with Passive House parameters,” “Due to the use of advanced materials and unique developments by our engineers, PassivDom has the highest thermal performance among residential buildings. The walls of PassivDom are as warm as brick. Thermal characteristics are high enough to use 20 times less energy than an ordinary building. That’s why it is possible to realize full off-grid autonomy in a cold climate without complex and expensive engineering heating system.”
- said Gerbut.
There are three models available starting from a 36 square meter option, which costs €59,900 to pre-order. They also offer a special “Zombie apocalypse” package that includes armored glazing, an alarm system, extra toilet paper storage and a bible, just in case things do go completely pear shaped and we need to deal with the undead.