much of life, eating, drinking, and going to the bog for a crap is pretty much normal and routine, but everything else is up for doing as you want.
I've considered container and train carriage houses, both of which have notable advantages in earthquake zones, solar energy instead of the mains, and well water instead of the usual supplier, the latter being very common here anyway.
So, that sent my brain, or at least the 2 working cells, to consider why we need traditional rooms in houses.
We need a bog and somewhere to wash, and we need a kitchen to cook, but why do all rooms have to be separate?
I'll stick with the shitter having walls and a door, but the kitchen and living areas can be open plan. Just add sleeping pods so you can get some kip.
Each pod would be about the size of a short wheel base transit so just enough room for a bed and a desk to work, and cooled by a van style non-compressor powered air conditioner running from 12v, thus saving using a very inefficient inverters to power them.
After capex, there would be nothing to pay except a tiny opex.
You can watch endless repeats of the same TV programmes and meet new people every day of your life.
9th April 2021 16:18 by Luna
Very soon we'll be watching a landlord drawing the first pint in Cleethorpes and witness a news reporter getting a haircut in Ongar.
The immigration of the production staff dishing out these newsworthy delights must be boundless.