KODA, a tiny prefabricated dwelling developed by Kodasema, Estonia, is free-standing, and its design and structure allow it to be assembled and disassembled many times over and can be transported to different places. It is a perfect living space for one to two dwellers. Yet, using the same technology and logic, the house can be re-confi gured to create a whole different space. It can be extended into a multi-room space, multi-storeyed building or a village.
The house is constructed of thin composite panels made of a concrete exterior and wooden interior, with silica-fume vacuum insulation panels in between. The front of the house is a four-ply glass wall with a small terrace and a concrete sunscreen. It includes sleeping area and shower room with toilet, and kitchen. It is a sustainable building. The materials used are long-lasting and can be disassembled, reused or recycled. The houses are available for purchase in the United Kingdom, Scandinavian and Dutch markets and Estonia.