Ecocapsule is a portable house designed by a Slovak study of architects that allows you to live anywhere in the world, they are autonomous since they generate their own energy.
Its portability and flexibility make it suitable for a wide range of applications: from an independent research station or a tourist lodge, to an emergency shelter or a unit for humanitarian aid.
Ecocapsule is a low energy consumption house, all in a compact format. They are able to generate their own energy through solar panels (2.5 m of solar panels on top that produce 880 W peak) and wind turbines (retractable 750 W). It incorporates a large capacity battery (9 kWh) that ensures that you will have enough energy during periods of less solar or wind activity.
Egg-shaped it is optimized for collecting rainwater and night dew, the built-in water filters allow you to use any water source.
Although small in size, weighing around 1500 kg, each Ecocapsule comfortably accommodates two adults. With its two water tanks at full capacity, the unit weighs 1650 Kg.
Its particularly efficient design allows you to enjoy the convenience of a home use facility in off-grid conditions.
Kitchen with running water, toilet and hot shower are a luxury of a hotel room that are now also available in the desert.
Despite its small size, its dimensions are just about 4.5 meters long, 2.4 meters wide and 2.5 meters high, each Ecocapsule is equipped with all the essential elements necessary for a long and comfortable stay without the need for recharge or replenish water or electricity.
The Ecocapsule can be transported in a shipping container, in a car with a trailer hitch or by helicopter, which is how the first finished unit was transported to the roof of the UNIQ building in Bratislava on January 31, 2018.
More information: www.ecocapsule.sk