The ‘Freedomky‘ House is an artfully conceived home that prioritizes the efficient use of space, high quality, and low ecological impact. Czech architect Marek Štepán and his studio Atelier Štepán has come up with a stylish take on the prefabricated home designed for affordable off-grid living. A small, functional and comfortable living space with easy upkeep, ready availability and low operating costs, one that could be built simply, cleanly and with minimal stress. A Freedomky is not meant to “travel,” but rather for long-term residence on a given site.
The ‘Freedomky’ House design resonates with the current need for shelter in countries with insufficient access to electricity. The “Freedomky” nevertheless comes complete with laundry and cooking facilities as well as security and heating systems. The house can be installed in four hours, apparently without need of skilled hands. It is less expensive than a traditional flat and designed to enable complete independence from utility networks.
Manufactured using only Eco-friendly materials, this prefab was designed in order to be transported worldwide by a truck trailer. Its accessibility is bolstered by the fact that it only needs to be attached to a photovoltaic’s system and a diesel generator. It is ideal for young people, or for anyone seeking a civilized vacation house. The ‘Freedomky’ House offers several options that make it easy for customers to use the 2 PLUS Classic off-grid. It can be ordered with a wood stove and roof-mounted solar water heater and photo-voltaic panels pre-installed. It provides a level of comfort suitable to your particular needs. All the interior specifications are done in collaboration with the buyer, along with frame, insulation and paneling selection. It can be designed as a permanent residence, vacation house or an office. It may also be adapted for use as a small workshop, studio or office outfitted with every comfort. Independent and functional living for anyone.