KODA is a movable pre-fab little house prototype that is being developed by Kodasema, an Estonian company. This sustainable mini-house can be rapidly assembled and dismantled so that its residents are able to easily relocate. 

KODA house is versatile and can become whatever you want: a city centre home, a lakeside summer house, a cosy cafe, an office, or even a classroom. Its clever design provides you the inspiration to make the best use of every square inch of space. Its built-in components, even the walls, can be adjusted to meet their purpose most effectively.

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Clever interior design makes the best use of every square inch of space. © Kodasema/Tõno Tunnel

Thanks to the smart ventilation system – that reacts to CO2 and moisture levels, and is also equipped with enthalpy heat exchanger that returns both heat and humidity – the air inside the house is clean, healthy and kept at the optimal level of humidity. The finishing materials used are non­toxic.

KODA gets enough light from the large front windows. The complementing interior lights allow the amount and tone to be adjusted to suit our natural senses and pace of life – colder tones during the day to keep us alert and warmer tones in the evening to improve sleep quality.

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KODA houses are built with large front windows for natural light. © Kodasema/Tõno Tunnel

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The amount and the tone of interior lights can be adjusted to create different atmospheres during the day and night time. © Kodasema/Tõno Tunnel

Well insulated walls prevent heat losses while a large 4­layered glazing facade maximizes natural light. Home automation system, that selects optimal heating or cooling sources, assures that little or no energy is wasted. With solar panels on the roof, the house returns more power to the grid than it uses for a year.

Thanks to its solid structure, which takes no more than 7 hours to assemble, KODA house can be placed on gravel, asphalt, and other surfaces without digging up the ground and laying foundations. All it needs is a level footing and connection points for water, electricity and sewerage.

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Estonian company Kodasema creates houses that improve life quality of the present generations without sacrificing future life quality of their children.

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