Within its 27 cubic metres it includes a lounge, with a table and two custom-made chairs, a small double bed, a full-size shower, a kitchen (with energy-efficient fridge, induction hob, re-circulating cooker hood, sink/drainer, combination microwave oven and storage cupboards), a washing machine, and a composting toilet. Lighting is achieved by ultra-efficient LED lights, and the Cube is heated using an Ecodan air-source heat pump, with heat being recovered from extracted air. It has cork flooring and there is two-metre head height throughout.
The Cube isn’t put into production yet, but the team behind is developing this aspect. If you wish to be included on a mailing list of people who are interested (even vaguely) in acquiring a Cube at some point in the future, you can send an email to m.2.page@herts .ac.uk with the subject line “Cube purchase enquiry XX” where XX is your country of origin. You will then be updated on any developments.