Did you remember to pay the electrical bill? How about the gas? And the wifi? And the cable? It's enough to make you want to unplug, pack a tent and just drop out of society.
Well, thanks to Slovakian-based Nice Architects, going off the grid might be an attractive option.
Meet the Ecocapsule. It's a portable unit that uses solar, wind and rain energy for a full year's worth of off-the-grid living.
The Ecocapsule sleeps two people comfortably and a brilliant design maximizes its 26 square feet of space.
The pods can be used in rural or urban environments, making them a possibility for emergency relief efforts.
They're small enough to travel by shipping container or be towed on a standard trailer.
The pods have kitchenettes and full bathrooms, all with running hot water.
The walls of the pods are designed for maximum efficiency in energy saving while still maintaining a comfortable climate.
Research stations, humanitarian relief efforts, housing for developing areas and just simplified living could be the future for the Ecocapsule.
Would you live in a pod like this, under the stars, for a year?
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