If you imagine living in a wagon in a colorful circus-decorated dwelling or a shepherd's wagon, in which you can't stand it without thick sweaters knitted from your own coarsely spun wool, you're not quite up to date anymore.
Because since 2013, an ecologically and biologically highly modern form of small self-sufficient houses - the so-called caravans - have been built near Vienna in Austria and delivered to the world. So far there are more than 150, for example on Lake Tegernsee or in Tyrol, which enable their owners to live and live almost or completely self-sufficiently.
And now we come into play: One of them is near Munich, more precisely in Reisbach Niederhausen, on the site of a listed courtyard that has been wonderfully revitalized as a residential project. Louisa is a small, self-sufficient accommodation with its own power supply, heat regulation via intelligent control, the organic toilet, green sewage treatment plant and a cosy, well thought-out, modern facility with all the necessary comfort.
We present the concept of caravans here .
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ArchitectureWhen you walk in, you smell and feel it immediately: Here, nature is being built: Solid wood walls, a natural larch wood facade and clay plaster are used for the construction. The caravan is insulated with sheep's wool.
Wohnwagon GmbH attaches great importance to working together on an equal footing and has been recognized as a "family-friendly company". For workshops that are offered on different topics, there is always the option of paying a reduced social price instead of paying the full course fee. A special focus is on the training of young women in technical professions.
EnvironmentA caravan is an environmental statement. Because living independently means living sustainably. The generation of electricity works 100% from sun and wind. You can always keep an eye on your own energy gain and consumption via the modern display and thus become aware of your personal consumption. In the organic toilet, excretions are processed into the best compost - and 14,000 liters of drinking water are saved at the same time. Heating and hot water also work with the sun and with wood.
Eine Start-Up Initiative des Klima- und Energiefonds
Bundesministerium Nachhaltigkeit und Tourismus
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Louisa are pretty much halfway between Munich and Passau. From the A92 motorway, Landau/Isar exit, it is about 12 km away. From the B20 Straubing - Burghausen it would be only 3 km from the Reisbach, Haunersdorf, Vilshofen exit.
Landau/Isar train station stop. Unfortunately, the only option is to take a taxi, as it is very rural and the farm is not really easy to reach by public transport.
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