LifeEdited Maui in the New York Times!
LifeEdited Maui just debuted in the New York Times! Here is a short description. We’ll be publishing more later this week, so please check back and subscribe to our newsletter, or follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube.
LifeEdited:Maui is a model for how we can innovate to live in the future. It allows a family to live a big, happy, modern, convenient off-grid life in a 1,000 square foot home that functions like one twice its size. Some key details:
- Powered by the sun – Sunflare solar panels and Blue Ion batteries supply all electricity
- Sleeps 8 people comfortably
- Can host a sit-down dinner party for over 20 people
- Indoor-outdoor living thanks to an Andersen MultiGlide Sliding Glass Door
- 20,000 gallons of rainwater catchment via Acer water tanks
- Innovative Swedish Separett composting toilets
- Modern, beautiful fixtures from KOHLER
- Transform rooms as needed e.g. bedroom becomes office in 30 seconds via Resource Furniture furnishings
Want to know more? View the view the New York Times photos, see the detailed description, or contact us.
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