The innovative HHi House© is a self-contained structure measuring 4 meters (13 feet)
on each side, totaling 16 square meters (172 square feet).
The structure sits on 25 telescoping stilts designed to be leveled on grades up to 10%.
For complete details of the HHi house, and its design and development process, refer to the HHi House Technical Overview (PDF).
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Features and Benefits:
- Self-contained, traditional peaked house design, culturally adaptive
- Provides durable shelter in equatorial and sub-tropical regions around the world
- Accomodates up to eleven adults
- Provides space for storage, daytime living and nighttime sleeping
- Multiple techniques provided to regulate ventilation
- Can withstand 130 km/hr (80 mph) winds and heavy torrential rains
- May be cleaned using a broom or web mop
- Floating level floor of 16 one-square-meter (40" x 40")
extruded panels is quiet and sturdy.
Flooring is impermeable to water, rot and mold.
Floor stands off the ground by at least 30 cm. (12 in.)
- Installation requires only common hand tools
- Construction materials do not include high-theft materials (e.g. aluminum)
- Lightweight to allow for reduced shipping costs and easy movement