The KODA house was designed to be repurposed and relocated as many times as you may need. With no foundation required, it can be placed just about anywhere. All Kodasema needs is level ground, a clear path for their crane, and access to utility hookups – all of which they can help you with. Once your KODA is delivered, it is move-in ready the next day. Want it moved to a different part of the property? Just contact Kodasema and they will come out to move it for you, again with just a one-day turn around time.
The flexibility of the KODA house allows you to setup a convenient work studio on your property near your home or turn it into a guest house and move it a bit further from the main house for more privacy. KODAs can also be combined to create mini shopping plazas, a series of rental homes, or a unique urban village. The basic shell of the structure allows for it to be configured to fit your current needs, as well as reconfigured for future needs.
Flexibility isn’t the only thing this house has going for it. KODAs are eco-friendly smart homes. They come equipped with solar panels, climate and CO2 controls, an RFID entry system, and built-in LED lights. The concrete used by Kodasema was developed specially for these homes and is waterproof, weatherproof, and maintenance-free. As one more bonus, should you ever decide you no longer need your KODA, it can be disassembled and reused, meaning there is zero construction waste to take it down.
Of course no one wants to live or work in a boring concrete block. Kodasema thought of that, too. The interiors are sleek, contemporary spaces that can be designed any way you want. Walls can be painted, wood flooring can be added, and one whole wall is glass – allowing natural light to pour in and keep the space bright and welcoming.
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