If you want to see the wold from the comfort of your home, you can do so-literally.
If you cannot do without the comfort of your home, then you can take it with you while you travel the world. You can actually buy a house that you can take along with you wherever you go.
Designed by an Estonian company named Kodasema, this modular home called Koda can be broken down and reassembled in just four hours.
The house is made of mainly concrete, but the factory-made parts can be easily broken down. Containing a living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom, the house is 260 square feet when assembled.
People who need extra space can easily purchase and add to the existing structure. There has to be connection points for water, electricity and sewerage before the house can be set up.
With materials sourced with sustainability in mind and solar panels on the roof, allowing it return more power than it uses to the grid, the Koda house is very eco-friendly.
At the moment, it is planned to be sold only in Estonia for 95,000 dollars per unit.