Japanese company DCW’s Zero Pod is a mobile kit house that can easily be assembled on a flat surface or a steep slope, then take apart and transported elsewhere. The structure can even be turned into a houseboat.
The height-adjustable Zero Pod is made up of about 40 components, the largest of which is 1800mm long, and the kit house doesn’t require foundations, instead standing on two legs. It can be put together in around half a day and will accommodate up to three people. You can find out more about the mobile house in DigInfo‘s video below: