When you were a student, have you ever been cut off from electricity or water because of late payments? There are still some ways to deal with electricity and gas, but when the water supply is stopped, it goes out. Life will not be possible. It's poor and scary.
The "Ecocapsule" may jump to anyone who has the experience of turning off electricity and water even once. A self-contained mini-house that does not require electricity or water, designed by Nice Architects, an architectural studio in the Republic of Slovakia.
The roof of the "Ecocapsule" is lined with solar panels and can generate electricity from sunlight. This provides the power to be used indoors. However, solar panels cannot generate electricity when the weather is not good or at night. To complement this, a propeller for wind power was also provided. According to Nice Architects, the combination of these two generation systems and batteries will provide most of the electricity used in the mini-house for most of the year, except for parts of January and November.
Water is a mechanism that collects rainwater and filters it with a filter. This water is used in the kitchen, toilets and showers in the house.
The house is equipped with a kitchen, a table for work and meals, a fold-out bed, and storage, so you can really live here alone.
The only question is the treatment of sewage. This is not mentioned on the Ecocapsule website. The "Ecocapsule" is expected to be used as a camper in places like RV parks. In that case, the design may be based on the use of park equipment.
The prototype of "Ecocapsule" will be released at the "Pioneers Festival", an event to support startups, to be held in Vienna, Austria on May 28th & 29th. Various questions will be revealed there.