TAXA’s mobile human habitats are purposefully designed to inspire the journey towards and into nature. Habitats remind us we are part of nature, not apart from it. In a safe “don’t become a bear snack” kind of way. Think of them as adventure equipment that you sleep in.
Where you have everything you need but not more. Where every design decision has a purpose, often multiple, and architectural thinking guides how our mobile human habitats encourage us to integrate, engage, and interact with the natural world and one another.
It is an ethos founder Garrett Finney, an award winning designer and former senior architect for the Habitability Design Center at NASA has built into every TAXA product.
Choose your habitat
Thoughtful design like a separate sink and two-burner stove, water heater, 20-gallon fresh water capacity, and wet bath with cassette toilet. Also offering a rougher, stronger, Mantis Overland Edition.
TAXA’s NASA-inspired design features integrated plumbing and electrical systems and has sleeping room for two adults and two children. Also offering a rougher, stronger, Cricket Overland Edition.
TigerMoth has sleeping room for 2 adults (+3 with an optional rooftop tent), and features a slide out camp kitchen with a two-burner portable stove. Perfect for venturing to further reaches of nature. Also offering a rougher, stronger, TigerMoth Overland Edition.
12'10" length: Storable in standard garage
Sleeps 2 adults (+3 adults with optional rooftop tent)
Dry Weight: 1,310 lbs
Open design offers optimal ventilation and views
15’ Length: Easily nests in a standard garage
Sleeps 2 adults + 2 children
Dry Weight: 1,800 lbs
Pop-up roof for optimized ventilation and protection
19’ length: Storable in standard garage
Sleeps 4+ adults
Dry Weight: 2,972 lbs
Secure, pop-up roof for optimized ventilation
“After a decade of working on the International Space Station and consulting on lunar habitats for NASA, I designed Cricket, our first camper, and TAXA was born.”
Garrett Finney – Founder and CEO