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FUTURO MODULAR HOUSES ARE...
Made from 100% fully waterproof marine grade molded fiberglass featuring a 1” honeycomb core center coated with the highest quality marine gelcoat. This material is rated at R-30 or more, depending on the color and final design.
“Zero wood” in the construction: does not rot, mold, smell, or deteriorate.
12 each of floor, window, and roof sections make it easy to assemble using stainless steel through-bolts.
Durable and easy to clean material: you can even use a hose to wash the interior and exterior. A molded fiberglass
slip-resistant floor is available.
Plug-n-play wiring harnesses for electrical and ready to install kits for plumbing can be used, or design your own system. One option would be a water harvester or cistern and a solar panel array with inverter.
No special grading or foundation is needed, unlike typical cabins and cottages.
Ships in a container which does not require special clearance or monitoring en route.
FUTURO HOUSES NC
Modular Structures for the FUTURE
Your UFO Model is available in all of these amazing colors:
Imagine How You Can Use Your UFO:
On or Off-Grid Home
Your Own Business
Makeup & Hair Salon
Music Lesson Studio
BASIC SHELL KIT
Structure Height: 13 ft
Exterior Width: 30 ft
Weight: 10,000 lbs
Interior Space: 600 sq ft
Outside from ground to top (Height): 16 ft 6 in
Outside diameter (Width): 30 ft
Outside base to bottom of home (Height): 3 ft 10.25 in
Stairway (Height): 7 ft
Stairway (Width Min): 3 ft
Inside Floor diameter (Width): 24 ft 6 in
Inside from Floor to Ceiling (Height): 7 ft 3.5 in
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HOW IT STARTED
A Futuro House, or Futuro Pod, is a round, prefabricated house made of fiberglass and designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen, of which fewer than 100 were built during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
The shape, reminiscent of a flying saucer, and the structure’s airplane hatch entrance has made the houses sought after by collectors.