The C2X, or Cube Two X, is a petite panoramic
palace from the tiny house fabricating company of Nestron. However, compared to the
other small living spaces from Nestron, the C2X has quite a bit of space.
With enough French windows to allow plenty of natural light to flood in and
plenty of outdoor viewing space. In fact, the C2X is a direct improvement
over the Cube 2, adding 30% more space for a total of 377-square feet of
If you're interested in seeing a
much larger, floating pyramid house, then check out the WAYA Floating Building
by clicking the card in the top-right corner or the link in the
description! Keep in mind that this is a
foundationless smart home, so areas expecting regular earthquakes or
hurricanes be notified. Although, Nestron says they did design the C2X while thinking about those
factors and offer customized fortification. And if that still concerns you, the C2X
comes with a 50-year structural warranty, so they seem confident in the product. I just called this a smart home.
Now, what does that mean exactly? Well, in short, that means there is
some amount of home automation present. And with the C2X, that automation
comes in the form of digital locks, electric blinds, motion-sensing lights,
and a digital music player. Of course, a slew of optional "Smart" add-ons is
available, like mirrors, wall-mounted tablets, some kitchen appliances, even the toilet is smart.
You can even get intelligent sliding glass doors, furniture, and structural elements. A
bountiful display of "smart" choice! All smart additions to the house can be linked to
your Google Home or Amazon Alexa for ease of use. Nestron is also currently working on its own AI
system to complete the whole smart home bundle with a nice bow; they call it "Canny." In addition to being intelligent,
the C2X is also eco-friendly. Nestron says that 90 percent of the
materials used in these little domiciles can be recycled at the end of their
Now that is pretty smart. Smart, eco-friendly, and also self-sustaining.
The company offers solar or battery systems for the Cube homes if you're looking to live
off-grid. Or you can hook up to local sewer, water, gas, or electrical, so you can
choose to live just about anywhere. We're looking at 32.8-foot width, a 10.2-foot
height, and an 11.5-foot depth with the structure. That doesn't seem like too much, but the
floor-to-ceiling window and long landscape window open up the place nicely. And the
double-leaf doors allow enough space for larger objects or furniture to easily
be moved into or out of the house. Let's take a look at those layouts
now. There are two to choose from, a one or two-bedroom floor plan. Aside
from the obvious, the two-bedroom option sacrifices the curved skylight window
that the one-bedroom has. If you're interested in a camper layout
that transforms, check out the Romotow by clicking the card in the top right or one
of the links in the description.
The secondary bedroom has a storage bed with
mattress shelves, shelves, and a wardrobe. That's where most of the differences end, however.
Both are accompanied by a living room with a sofa bed, pillows, and storage cabinets. Both also
have a small kitchen with a dining area and options for a double door refrigerator,
invisible induction cooktop, and washing machine. And they both also have bathrooms with
showers, toilets, water heaters, etc.
That's all included with the purchase
of the base package. If you want more, options for in-floor heating, a projection
entertainment center, a mechanical/electrical closet organizer, and more are available
for additional purchase. If you think that is a lot of options,
then you should see the dock arenas that Nautilus will build for their
Ei-Home. You can check it out by clicking the card in the top right or
the link in the description. So, without including any extra add-ons or options
throughout one of these 18,000-pound C2X homes, the price tag comes out to $98,000.00, and
they are delivering them worldwide. While that is significantly cheaper than the
average home in America, you will find the size discrepancy a little vast.
Which may or may
not be a good thing depending on who you are!.