ECOCAPSULE

 

Ecocapsule A New way
of sustainable living.

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First 50

Now it is finally possible to get an Ecocapsule from our limited edition. As a special thank you, the Ecocapsule Pioneers, we offer an exclusively customized product.

€ 79.900*

(€ 2000* deposit)

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I will wait

The prices of technologies will change over time. In the first year, we will produce only 50 pieces. If you want to wait for better price (we guarantee that!) or for any other reason, you can reserve your place in the Ecocapsule queue.

Less than € 79k*

(€ 300* deposit)

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Bulk orders

Do you want more than one Ecocapsule? Do you plan to use it in a different way, e.g. as a hotel cabin? Do you want to be among the first to receive one? Please contact us.

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About Ecocapsule

Ecocapsule is a self-sustainable smart house powered solely by solar and wind energy. It allows you to live off-the-grid, with the luxury of a hotel room. Ecocapsule is your design way to independent housing. It can serve as a cottage, pop-up hotel or even as a charging station for electric cars. We have engineered the product from scratch to be as self-sufficient, practical and functional as possible. With Ecocapsule, you will achieve a new level of freedom. Now, for the first time ever, we are opening orders and pre-orders. Join us and change the world - starting with yours.

ECOCAPSULE FAQ

Features

Solar
cells

The installed solar power is 600 Watts. We have chosen high-efficiency solar cells in order to maximize energy production.

Wind
turbine

Low-noise wind turbine is delivering up to 750W during day and night. Telescopic pole, on which turbine is placed, can be easily folded for smooth transportation. The wind turbine can produce electricity 24 hours a day.

Rainwater
collection

The unique shape of Ecocapsule not only minimizes heat loss, but also provides the most important thing for life: Water. Rainwater is collected on the surface, where it’s collected to water tank and filtered for your convenience.

TECH SPECS

Proudly featured in

At roughly 120 square feet, the Ecocapsule takes tiny living accommodations to the next level.

When the Ecocapsule reaches the market next year, the buzz will reach new heights.

Environmentally friendly, self-sufficient eco-pods, could transform the way we experience the outdoors.

Marrying form and function with a modern aesthetic, everything about the Ecocapsule is designed with efficiency in mind.

A company have created the Swiss Army knife of houses, which has everything residents would need to settle wherever they choose.

It is somewhat reminiscent of the capsule that landed on Earth with baby Superman in it. The egg-shaped house just seems not quite of this world.

Beyond just nomadic living, the Ecocapsule has plenty of other potential applications, from providing shelter in disaster areas to doubling as scientific research stations.

The interior is futuristic but warm: bright white with blond wood and lots of natural light. Probably not a prime spot to host a party, but it's nicer looking than a lot of trailers and RVs.

An Airstream offers retro appeal, but it can’t compare to the sustainable, high-tech glamping you could do in an Ecocapsule.

Once in your possession, though, it sounds pretty easy to move the egg-shaped abode around.

At last, a micro-cottage for people who don’t want to figure out electrical wiring and plumbing.

If you've ever wished you could post up on a mountaintop forever, then meet your new home.

Its designers, Nice Architects from Slovakia, made good use of every inch of interior space.

The units could be used as research stations, emergency housing, or a humanitarian-action unit.

It’s no bijou living – the Ecocapsule can comfortably house two people in its 8 square meters (86 square feet) of well-designed space.

The spherical form of the Ecocapsule maximizes rainwater and morning dew collection and is equipped with membrane water filters to render it potable.

Designers sought to eliminate the need for any outside resources to keep the capsule habitable for long periods of time.

The design itself is simple, modern, and elegant—pretty much what you’d expect for a pod that looks like it wants to be the prototype for future living habitats on the moon or Mars.

Proudly featured in

At roughly 120 square feet, the Ecocapsule takes tiny living accommodations to the next level.

When the Ecocapsule reaches the market next year, the buzz will reach new heights.

Environmentally friendly, self-sufficient eco-pods, could transform the way we experience the outdoors.

Marrying form and function with a modern aesthetic, everything about the Ecocapsule is designed with efficiency in mind.

A company have created the Swiss Army knife of houses, which has everything residents would need to settle wherever they choose.

It is somewhat reminiscent of the capsule that landed on Earth with baby Superman in it. The egg-shaped house just seems not quite of this world.

Beyond just nomadic living, the Ecocapsule has plenty of other potential applications, from providing shelter in disaster areas to doubling as scientific research stations.

The interior is futuristic but warm: bright white with blond wood and lots of natural light. Probably not a prime spot to host a party, but it's nicer looking than a lot of trailers and RVs.

An Airstream offers retro appeal, but it can’t compare to the sustainable, high-tech glamping you could do in an Ecocapsule.

Once in your possession, though, it sounds pretty easy to move the egg-shaped abode around.

At last, a micro-cottage for people who don’t want to figure out electrical wiring and plumbing.

If you've ever wished you could post up on a mountaintop forever, then meet your new home.

Its designers, Nice Architects from Slovakia, made good use of every inch of interior space.

The units could be used as research stations, emergency housing, or a humanitarian-action unit.

It’s no bijou living – the Ecocapsule can comfortably house two people in its 8 square meters (86 square feet) of well-designed space.

The spherical form of the Ecocapsule maximizes rainwater and morning dew collection and is equipped with membrane water filters to render it potable.

Designers sought to eliminate the need for any outside resources to keep the capsule habitable for long periods of time.

The design itself is simple, modern, and elegant—pretty much what you’d expect for a pod that looks like it wants to be the prototype for future living habitats on the moon or Mars.

Meet the team

Tomas
Zacek
Partner / Architect
Sona
Pohlova
Partner / Architect
Katarina
Augustini
Business advisor
Matej
Pospisil
Designer
Peter
Beljak
COO
Matej
Gyarfas
Creative Communication

Contact

Ecocapsule s. r. o.
Parickova 18
821 08 Bratislava
Slovak Republic


General information: info@ecocapsule.sk
Press, cooperation: press@ecocapsule.sk

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