The Lifepod project was initially conceived in 1997 by architect and designer Kyu Che, and continues to evolve through ongoing research and development. Lifepod is a modular, transient housing unit. It claims to combine the best automotive, aeronautic, nautical and RV technologies of the 21st century. It is described as lightweight, collapsible and readily nomadic. Its quadrupedal structure is highly versatile, allowing its height to adjust according to the terrain, or to simply be suspended in the air by cables. So, instead of changing the land to fit your home, your home can change to fit the land.
"Paying 'virtual' homage to the master at Farnsworth House."