The Space Smart Home - Iohouse

The Space Smart Home by design firm iOhouse aims to be an image of what a home of the future may look like. Every aspect of this house was designed to be 'smart' from the 220v generator and solar panels that power the entire home, to the fully integrated networking systems, cameras, connected devices and intelligent appliances. The home is designed to run completely 'off the grid' and the clean, modern and sleek aesthetics truly look like something out of a sci-fi movie. In addition to the smart interior, the house is completely modular and able to be moved and situated in any urban, rural or off the grid locale. Additional points of note from the company:
  • connected to your mobile phone or tablet 24/7, wherever you are
  • environmentally friendly; made with empathy and care
  • freedom to live and move wherever you like, whenever you like.
  • Architecture and design
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