We love to think without limits. There is no status quo. Outside of the box is where the exciting stuff happens.
Programmers, engineers, designers. We collaborate and create together. In small dedicated teams, we think and do Big.
Sharing one vision: To transform crazy ideas into reality and improve the world in small steps by doing so.
HappyGreen is a collective of creators from all kinds of backgrounds: From programmers to engineers, and from designers to craftsmen. From our headquarters in the center of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, we collaborate and create together, all over the world.
Our vision can be summarized in 4 words: Happy People, Green World.
This means every concept we design and develop together, has to adhere to 3 short principles:
It needs to be sustainable
It needs to be innovative
It needs to make people smile
A portable hotel room without compromises
Sustainable but luxurious, practical but attractive, modular & portable but still affordable.
A spacious hotel room designed to resist any climate extremes: From extremely high or low temperatures to hurricane winds & earthquakes. Featuring a panorama window, starlight roof, walk-in closet and rainshower, it does not compromise on luxury.
Running 100% on solar energy and solar charged refurbished battery packages sourced from decommissioned Dutch power plants. The concept is built from easy to recycle materials with low carbon foot prints.
Easy and quick assembly
Setup without the use of any machinery. Built in 2 days by 2 people without any construction knowledge.
Place anywhere in the world
Transportable on just a couple of pallets, or even in all separate modules transportable by foot! Multiple setups for different environments and purposes.
Modular & transportable
Every modular part is easy to handle and weighs less than 35 kg, which makes it even portable by car, a rowing boat, and by foot with a cart. The most beautiful places are usually off the beaten track. Creating normal resorts and hotels in these places destroys a significant amount of the direct environment because of use of heavy machinery. Transportation in small modular parts and assembly by hand leaves the environment unscaved.