ÖÖD is an architectural wonder, and the gorgeous prefab mirrored glass abode is truly a sight to behold. The mirror facade allows the sleek and tiny home to blend into its surroundings while the design offers enough room to provide all the living essentials within its 18-square-meter size.
ÖÖD was originally designed to be used as pop-up hotel rooms and holiday housing, but since its inception, it has got several far-reaching applications and is even being considered for off-grid solutions. The ÖÖD has been designed and manufactured in Estonia, and its small footprint allows easy installation anywhere.
Each ÖÖD unit can host up to three people, and is built from steel, insulated glass, and thermally treated wood. The homes feature a studio layout and offer a large bed, kitchenette, living area, and a bathroom. The unit is fully automated and also provides adjustable floor heating and LED lighting. The residents would only need to bring their own internet cables while water, sewage, and an electricity supply using off-grid solutions are currently being worked on.
The ÖÖD takes only eight hours to completely install, and each unit costs about 33,000 euros (VAT excluded) that include custom-built Estonian furniture. ÖÖD homes are only available in Estonia for now, but they will expand to international markets very soon!
Images by Maris Tomba and Anton Toomere