PodShare empowers people in California to take on portable lifestyles, offering "capsule" housing that allows citizens to experience a form of "on demand" nomadism.
In an increasingly virtual world, citizens are less tied to one place. Factors such as work or family have less and less influence on lifestyles, even nomadic ones which are on the rise. Even before the pandemic raged causing people to mass move to virtual work, PodShare was already in its infancy. PodShare is, in essence, a co-living community which makes a kind of life and a kind of "long-distance" work possible. An innovative concept that gives people in California the flexibility to work, live and travel through cities like Hollywood or San Francisco without ever breaking the lease.
PodShare, pay and live wherever you want
The pay-as-you-stay housing model offers people affordable housing. A way to live and live in different cities (sometimes even with different costs) without the restrictions and commitment of typical housing contracts. According to the concept, each tenant has their own "capsule" accommodation equipped with a bed, wardrobes and spaces for clothes and objects. Wi-Fi and other amenities to use during your stay complete the set-up. Interested users can choose from various offers. From work for a day with a special pass or to the refuge for all the nights only during the week, passing through short or long periods of actual stay.
PodShare can also be an answer to the astronomical costs of housing in some large cities. In California, where the project was born, residents are often required to pay high bills or endure long commutes. These community accommodations aim to provide accessible flexibility to promote greater accessibility. To meet flexible working needs, as well as satisfy the way more people choose to live.
A "portable" way of life
As often happens with the solutions I offer to your attention, PodShare is also a paradigm after all. It is just one of the future forms of home "as a service". It could even be included among the "benefits" of a Universal Single Income, or a "life package". A bit like today it is to use any location of the gym we subscribe to, or to use a streaming service from multiple devices.