Designed to run off-the-grid and be self-sufficient, this house can live almost anywhere.
The Chamfer Home, by architecture firm S-Archetype, is a tiny self-sufficient structure. Sleek modernism pairs with environmentally sound building materials and self-contained systems which permit the portable structure to function off the grid. Shown here on the beach, the structure could be placed almost anywhere. We would love to see it sunning in a meadow or even perched on a building's rooftop.
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