Tiny home makers all have a calling card. Whether it’s pay-as-you-go minimalism or maximum customer convenience, it helps to know what makes you stand out in the ever-growing micro home scene. Take Singapore startup Nestron, who’s aiming for futuristic charm, with four different models that embrace automation and AI.
Built for city dwellers looking for more affordable housing options, Nestron’s models range from a starting price of $30,000 for the 156-square-foot Cube One to $52,000 for the 263-square-foot Cube Two. There’s also the simpler Legend line, which ranges from $19,000 to $39,900.
Both Cube models come fully prefabricated and outfitted with sleek built-in furniture, solar panel roofs, and an AI assistant named Canny that connects to appliances and will do your bidding. Curved furniture and integrated wall lighting gives the space a glowing, Tron-like feel, while light wood floors and clean white walls make the spaces feel minimalist and new.
Nestron homes, which can be pre-ordered on its website, come fully-built and ready for move-in, no foundation required.