Futuristic PACO: Small home packs a powerful punch
On a first look, one would be convinced that PACO is some sot of discarded industrial product that came out defective. But the all-white tiny little structure that only measures three square meters, is a complete home in itself. PACO seems as bare on the inside as it is on the outside, but with turn of knobs, switches and hanging of a few pins, you get a hammock to sleep in, a kitchen that springs out, a toilet inside the floor and even a dining table that pops up. Available in 4 versions with prices ranging from 4,200,000 yen to 6,300,000 yen ($46,000 to $69,000), the house also features a bunch of green concepts that include LED lights, a sliding roof, solar and wind energy. Quite amazing, isn’t it?