These homes designed by Nick Jekogian are called roving rooms but it is not meant for every one as it costs $250,000. Spread over a whopping 609-acre California coastal community called Walden Monterey, is meant to rejuvenate people — especially the region’s leaders in tech. it is 8 hours’ drive from Silicon Valley.
Potential homeowners are invited to experience the stay in portable homes with the sustainable, outdoor-centric lifestyle the community has to offer. The Galini Sleeping Pod will be used to house prospective buyers as they consider making a more permanent purchase of the land. It is different from mobile homes in many ways.The focus of ‘Agrihoods’ is i.e.) nature, farms, and outdoor living.
There will be 19 homes left (after a three already sold) will cost about $5 million each. Remember that is the cost of the plot and you may have to shell out for construction of the house.
The “roving rooms,” are typically ‘glass houses’ which are typically are 300 square feet in size, can be moved anywhere, are powered by solar panels, wind turbines, and Tesla batteries, and will cost about $250,000 each. Four to six weeks are called for construction of the 3D houses.
The Galini Sleeping Pods are “the next generation of construction technology. It’s 300 square feet in size and takes around four to six weeks to construct.
The pods are made off-site and can be moved from lot to lot on the property so that potential buyers can experience what it would be like to live there.
A compression system works to draw water in from the atmosphere to provide the pod’s occupants with a water supply. Solar panels and wind turbines power the unit, as does a lightweight battery sourced from Tesla. The unit’s mobility means it can be put on the back of a truck and transported anywhere.