Kasita – the ‘iPhone of Housing’

Tiny homes have never been more tempting.

Living in a small home shouldn’t require you to give up the comforts of traditional housing – that’s the idea that Kasita is built on. If anyone understands small scale living, it’s company CEO Jeff Wilson – who lived in a 33 sq. ft. dumpster for a year in order to better understand the limits of habitable space.  The result incorporates all the comforts you might expect to relinquish in a tiny home – a queen-sized bed, kitchen, shower and washing machine – in an airy, open-feeling space.

The real beauty of Kasita is its tech integration.  It is a house that acknowledges we live in a technology-saturated time, and is designed to maximise and streamline the integration of a wide range of systems. The Kasita team developed special software that allows hundreds of pieces of technology that are normally incompatible to ‘speak’ to each other and operate together in a single system.  In its 30.2 square meters, Kasita integrates all the latest technology seamlessly into your living space; the entire home can be controlled by app or voice activation including lighting, audio, and home security.

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