Tiny House Prototype

The Tiny house is an installation designed to be displayed at COP27, the future of housing, a 360° podium house that focuses on sustainable living. The proposal calls to rethink consumerism and wastefulness. Multiple sectors, such as energy, water, materials, construction, furniture, agriculture, and waste, meet in the tiny house showcasing how the systems can perform sustainably in a residential unit.

This aims to inspire and plant new ways to approach the sectors, challenging the conventional construction sector, and giving an example of how cities can be developed, reducing their environmental impacts.

Sustainable Features

  • Sustainable living
  • Sustainable ideas implemented in a residential unit
  • Renewable energy
  • Rainwater collection
  • Upcycled materials
  • Waste segregation
  • Biogas toilet
  • Hydroponic edible garden
  • Grey water collection
  • Passive cooling strategies
  • Local suppliers
  • Circular economy
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Client: Ministry of Environment
Location: COP27 Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt
Date: 2022
Tags: Energy Efficiency, Water Conservation, Environmental Preservation, Wellbeing, Healthy Environment, Low-Tech Solutions, Economic Savings, Materials Localization, Sustainable Awareness, Education

ECOnsult is a partner with the highest accredited inspectors and auditors in Egypt, China and Italy. We provide energy auditing, modeling, LEED, BREEAM, EDGE and Tarsheed certifications.