New York-based architecture practice, DFA, has proposed a portable 3D printed sleeping pod for a location in South California, which caters to a community of wealthy technologists. The Galini sleeping pod offers guests self-sustaining accommodation with zero impact on the 609-acre property known as Walden Monterey. DFA created the 300-square-foot suspended pod so that it can be easily shipped to remote locations and placed in the landscape with very little impact. The 13 square feet pod offers a space to sleep, and shower. The water is recycled through an organic filtration and electricity is produced from a combination of wind and solar energy. The Galini sleeping pod offers a temporary place to stay whilst permanent purchase is considered.