Dubai's Sustainable City Will be Powered by 600,000 Square Feet of Solar Cells
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Canadian company NOMAD Homes has produced a new concept micro-home that measures just 100 sq ft (9.2 sq m), ships as a flat-pack, can operate off-grid, and is said to be easy-to-build. The firm has turned to Indiegogo to raise funds for manufacturing, and eventually intends to sell the base version of the home for under US$25,000.
Peek inside this 1951 Ross midcentury gem, asking $2.8M.
Built in 1951 by developer Jeremy Ets-Hokin—most noteworthy for tearing down Playland-at-the-Beach, which he later regretted, in a ditched effort to build condominiums overlooking Ocean Beach—the two-floor house comes with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and approximately 3,920 square feet.