The team at Haus.Me recently expanded their collection of prefab homes with a brand-new mobile dwelling known as the Microhaus. The 120-square-foot structure features a fully equipped, high-tech living space that can run self-sufficiently, and it’s designed to be installed within minutes.
"After years of researching and prototyping, we’re thrilled to finally launch Microhaus, the most advanced micro home in the world," says Max Gerbut, CEO of Haus.Me.
Created using 3D-printed structural components, the prefab dwelling arrives move-in ready with a kitchenette, double bed, bathroom (including a full-size shower and toilet), and plenty of storage. "The Microhaus also comes with our fully integrated Cloud Self-Diagnosis System, which provides a new generation of Smart Home amenities, full remote control, and machine learning," explains Gerbut.
To complement its high-tech capabilities, the tiny, portable structure presents a sleek, modern aesthetic—both inside and out. The exterior is composed of rounded fiberglass and stainless steel, while the interior is layered with warm wooden elements and illuminated by natural light.
"These homes are energy efficient with low operating costs," notes Gerbut. "They are durable and made from eco-friendly materials that are safe for both people and the environment."
As with the other models from the Haus.Me line-up, the Microhaus caters to both short- and long-term rentals. Each unit comes with keyless entry, and owners can reset the door password via an app.
"We designed the Microhaus to be the perfect income-producing asset," says Gerbut. "Offered at an affordable price, the structure requires no additional approvals or construction permits, and it comes with very little maintenance costs. Overall, it has the potential to provide a fully remote-controlled business, if desired, with a fast return on investment."
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