The Habitat Micro Home Lets You Live in Your Car

The Habitat Micro Home Lets You Live in Your Car

You drive so much, you might as well move into your car permanently. It’s a good thing someone thought of the Habitat micro home.

The marvellous idea of designer Jon Salerno, the Habitat micro home combines your car and your home in one convenient location. The design features a small car that’s docked underneath the home, giving occupants another room. Measuring in at 100 square feet, when you add the car to the Habitat, you get an extra 32 square feet of space.

Another great thing about the Habitat is that the home and car feed off each other. This means they can power the other, storing and feeding energy they collect from solar and wind power sources (the home’s roof is outfitted with solar panels).

It’s a cool way to save space and be eco-friendly, but we think you may need more than 132 square feet of living space. What do you think? Would you be able to make due with cramped living quarters? Let us know in the comments section below.

[Source: Inhabitat]