Chinese Student Creates Solar Powered Egg House
In an effort to reduce his living expenditure in a city likeBeijing, Daihai Fei, a 24-year-old Chinese student, has started livingin a house that he crafted on a bamboo frame covered with variousinsulating materials topped with a layer of stitched bag. The bags arefilled with sawdust and grass seeds, which the creator waters to enhance grass growth.
The interiors of the tiny house feature all necessary facilitiesthat include a bed, a small sink, a tiny bookshelf and a lamp that ispowered by energy collected from a roof-mounted solar panel. Built with a budget of just $960, the mobile home has been the creator’s abode forthe past two months.
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