HomeSTEADy © & REST in Urban Agriculture

2015 - Present

A home that is inSTEAD of homelessness, takes stress off the municipality infrastructure by implementing RESTs (renewable energy systems technologies), atmospheric water generators, and eco-sanitary/thermophilic compost dry toilet systems to support hyper-intense urban farms, and urban agriculture. This provides a STEADfast alternative to the streets, giving people someplace STEADy in the middle of disaster, or Everyday Brilliance for Disaster Resilience. PREPARE. RESPOND. ADAPT. ​​

PRESENTATIONS:

Single User Tiny Dwelling Sanitary Compost System Feasiblity Proposal

Vermicomposting | Worms in Sanitation - Vermicomposting toilets, an alternative to latrine style microbial composting toilets, prove far superior in mass reduction, pathogen destruction, compost quality, and operational cost. 

Community Compost Toilet System (IAPMO WE·Stand Model)

REST in Urban Agriculture & S.E.E.C. Home

 

CUSTOM FEATURES BY US:

Eco-san/Thermophilic compost dry toilet system

PV (photovoltaic/solar) array

Solar hot water for showering and washing dishes

Greywater reclamation system

Sis Çit atmospheric water generator ​

The Offerings

The Abide

The Abide

by Moksha Woodwork Designs

The Abide is the first in the Window Seat Line of tiny homes by Moksha Woodwork Designs.

The Abide is 50 sq. ft, has fully insulated walls and roof, double pain windows, a birch plywood interior, a Maranti marine grade ply exterior, and redwood bent lamination frame arch canopies are easily disassembled for road travel. The Abide is comfortable for one or two people. ​

FEATURES:

Two burner Atwood Propane gas stove top

Bench seat (folds out into a full size bed)

Storage underneath bench

Sink with gravity fed faucet

4 LED light sconces

5' x 8' Ironton Utility Trailer

Gross Vehicle Weight: 1,700 lbs

Travels well @ 55 mph attached to a small pickup truck ​

FOR SALE: $13K

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The Incubate

The Incubate

by Moksha Woodwork Designs

The Incubate is the second in the Window Seat Line of tiny homes by Moksha Woodwork Designs.

The Incubate is 78 sq. ft. with large sold maple kitchen counter and maple sliding cabinet doors, and Doug Fir plywood interior paneling. The exterior is a mix of salvaged and new redwood and cedar siding, 26 gauge galvanized sheet metal covers the arch roof and sides, redwood steps, redwood bent lamination canopy frame (can be disassembled for road travel), and 18oz PVC canvas canopy. The Incubate is comfortable for one or two people. ​

FEATURES:

Two burner Atwood Propane gas stove top

Sofa folds out into a full size bed

Two large trunk storage cabinets behind sofa

Sink with gravity fed faucet

Four LED light sconces

Two Doug Fir French Doors 3' x 4'

PVC sliding double pane window ​

12' Carson utility trailer

Travels well @ 55 mph attached to a small pickup truck ​

FOR SALE: $17K

CONTACT: Moksha

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Tumbleweed Tiny House Company

Mica

by Tumbleweed Tiny House Company

This tiny house on wheels is contemporary, simple, and elegant in design with hot-rolled weathered steel siding exterior that screams urban environment.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This model is obsolete, but floor plans are available via Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.

FEATURES:

8.5' x 20' (172 sq ft) or 8.5' x 24' (204 sq ft)

Propane gas stove top or Induction stove top

Built-in storage and cabinets

Sliding glass door

IMAGE: Mica Tumbleweed House

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