The Disappear Retreat is a self-sufficient, reflective glass-covered structure by COULSON that blends into any surrounding and leaves minimal impact on the environment. The 83 square-feet retreat reduces its living footprint to zero energy, zero waste and zero water with spotted thin-film PV in the south glass wall that generates all the energy needs from the sun.
The Disappear Retreat is lightweight enough to be transported with a standard trailer and requires no active heating or cooling system thanks to super-insulation and thermal bridge-free details. The interior features weathered wood paneling for a warm touch, while a glass roof lets in natural light during the day and offers prime views of the starry sky at night.
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