Futuro Houses(TM), LLC, Subsidiary of American Lighting Group, Begins Manufacturing a 21st Century Version of the Iconic 1960s “UFO Houses”
The UFO-inspired prefab houses are fully equipped with a kitchen, dining room, two bedrooms with bathrooms, as well as water and energy collection systems, making it a truly off-grid living space. autonomous
EUCLID, OH /ACCESSWIRE/September 12, 2022/ Futuro Houses, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of US Lighting Group, Inc. (OTC: USLG)announced today that it has received the necessary tooling for its UFO-inspired home, paving the way for fabrication of the components needed to begin assembly of this uniquely designed off-grid living space.
“We are very pleased to have received the structural tooling components – from Christensen Fiberglass Tooling of Michigan – precisely designed and engineered to our specifications for future off-grid homes,” said Anthony Corpora, CEO and President of US Lighting. Group. “It is a dream come true for us as a company, to be able to manufacture tiny houses produced from the best composite materials in the industry. With soaring demand and limited alternatives for off-grid living, our UFO-inspired home will bring a uniquely designed idea popular in the 1960s back to market. We believe these “green” homes are “off the grid.” of this world” and we believe the public will strongly embrace the reintroduction of this quirky but beloved design, which may also attract global media attention as its predecessor did.
The original Futuro House was a prefabricated house designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen. It was originally used as a ski lodge and became very popular in the 1960s and 1970s being shipped all over the world. Today, many of these original homes are being restored and are in high demand for rental on Airbnb.
Futuro housesMTis working on developing a global distribution network to ship the prefab UFO houses in a standard shipping container worldwide. We anticipate that the house will be easily assembled on site and will come complete with a water and energy collection system to be a truly self-sufficient, off-grid living space. The company plans to exhibit the first UFO home at its headquarters later this year.
About US Lighting Group, Inc.
American Lighting Group, Inc. (OTC: USLG) has three subsidiaries that design and market various products: Cortes Campers, LLC, for molded fiberglass trailers and motorhomes; Fusion X Marine, LLC, for high-performance boats; Futuro Houses, LLC, for fiberglass homes; and a subsidiary, Mig Marine Corp., which manufactures composite products. The Company and its subsidiaries maintain manufacturing and R&D facilities in Cleveland, Ohio.
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About Futuro Houses, LLC
Futuro housesMT is an innovative designer and marketer of state-of-the-art molded fiberglass homes, using the highest quality marine materials to create a lighter, stronger and more durable tiny home.
For more information : futurohouses.com
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