NOMAD’s designer Ian Kent has certainly pushed the size limits of liveable homes. By incorporating an innovative staircase and varying ceiling heights as well as maximizing natural light, Ian was able to prevent this tiny house from being claustrophobic. “I knew that effective design could make a space this size feel comfortable. My goal was to produce an efficient yet cozy home with minimal impact on yard space and the environment”.
Converting to a more sustainable lifestyle and finding alternatives to public utilities is a significant challenge for tiny-home owners. Justifying up-front costs, choosing the right products, and finding reliable installers are the main factors involved. Flexibility is also a major component of this package, allowing NOMAD to adapt from various levels of available services to complete off-grid living.
True to its name, NOMAD can move and adapt to almost any location. Resistant to termites, moisture, and fire, its strong, lightweight structure facilitates both easy construction and reduced shipping costs. NOMAD Micro Homes can be used singly or combined in modules to specifically accommodate your personal space requirements.