You Can Airdrop Onto A Mountain In This High-Tech Shack

In case you're not into the whole rugged, camping thing.

Huba

Malgorzata Blachnicka and Michal Holcer

Designers Malgorzata Blachnicka and Michal Holcer have come up with what looks like the perfect way for a rich person to hide from the IRS on tax evasion charges: a high-tech, self-sufficient mountain shack that can be airdropped in. It's like _Walden _for one-percenters.

But, really, the concept (still just a concept, unfortunately) does look neat. Called "Huba," it's a self-contained, energy-efficient home meant to stay 1,000 meters above sea level, where wind speeds can reach 30 meters per second. That thing stuck in the chimney? It's a wind turbine that would connect to a battery--and give enough juice, the creators say, to power the shack's heat and light. Roof tiles could be adjusted to collect the mountains' abundant rain in a tank, where it can be filtered.

And it also looks bizarre. There are apparently no right angles on it, for instance. Privacy-wise, the exterior has frosted glass windows. Not that you'd need much of it where you'd be living in this.

Huba

Malgorzata Blachnicka and Michal Holcer

Huba

Malgorzata Blachnicka and Michal Holcer