This house can hustle. The Danish art collective N55 teamed with MIT to make a walking house. Standing 10 ft. high, it is both solar and wind powered, and features a living room, kitchen, bathroom, bed, wood stove and a computer for its leg control. They are hoping that the legs can be mounted under any structure and that modules can be linked for larger living spaces. One of the designers, Øivind Slaatto, plans to live in it in Copenhagen. What a great thing it would be if this prototype became real and could get out of the way of tornadoes, overflowing waterways, and nasty neighbors.
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For fans of Pacman, the Poufman Living Room Set should be a staple. Made of wood, polyurethane, and elasticized fabric, the modules are interchangeable and can be arranged in many ways or more can be added to create a larger seating area. The lining is removable for further exchange and decoration. Available in white, black, turtledove, and dark red, the set was made by the Italian company Qayot. Contact them if you would like your own set of the pop culture chompers.
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