Photography: Haus.Me

Tiny homes company Haus.me has released a high tech fibreglass cabin that’s aimed at the holiday rental market.

The home, which is currently available in the US, requires no building permits or groundwork to be installed and is billed as a ‘plug n play’ ADU that’s delivered fully assembled and equipped.

Haus.me is marketing the Microhaus as a rental investment, with its sleek interiors – which include a kitchenette, bathroom and double bed – tailored towards short term guests.

Its touchless access and faucets were likely created with Covid-19 in mind, while its keyless entry and password-protected door make it easy for owners to reset the home ready for the next round of guests.

Microhaus is a self-sufficient tiny home that’s ready to go in hours
Photography: Haus.Me

Although the fibreglass exterior looks futuristic, Haus.me have lined the Microhaus in wood and fabric, and installed strategic spotlights that add a warm glow once the sun goes down. Ten hours of backup power, a large water tank and voice control mean guests should be kept happy.

Haus.me offers a standard and pro version – which includes additional air purification, among other features – starting at $50,000.

Microhaus is a self-sufficient tiny home that’s ready to go in hours
Photography: Haus.Me
Microhaus is a self-sufficient tiny home that’s ready to go in hours
Photography: Haus.Me
Microhaus is a self-sufficient tiny home that’s ready to go in hours
Photography: Haus.Me

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