Boxable, future housing type.
What if a billionaire lives in a $50,000 container box house? It's happening in the real world. Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who has moved from California to Texas, has revealed that he lives in a $50,000 home. Musk's Texas home is near the Boca Chica launch site of SpaceX, a space exploration company he founded. Teslarati, an electric vehicle media outlet, quotes a source saying that Musk's Texas home is a prefab rental house of Boxable's 'Casita' model. This model is a 34 m² house with a kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom.
The mobile home he bought and lived in was made by a company called Boxable. Boxsable, headquartered in Las Vegas, USA, delivers a 375 square foot about Casita to a customer's desired location for $49,500 and can be installed immediately after delivery. It is easy to assemble and can be stacked in two layers, and the kitchen, bathroom, electricity, plumbing, etc., can be installed in the factory. Once you arrive where the Casita is to be installed, the work will be completed within a few hours.
In Box Sable's official video, the difference with new technology was clearly shown while reproducing the appearance of a mobile house delivered by conventional methods.
It seems that the moment has come when everyone must run without stopping. With the repeated emergence of new technologies, all the past may have to be kept in museums.
In this rapidly changing era, creative thinking has become an essential element, not a success element. Rather than adapting to new technology, it is now necessary to create that new technology, a new idea.
Myungja Anna Koh