Thank you and @abstractpenguin for the interest and feedback. As much as I would like to have a skylight for the pod (take a look at this Pod out in nature, who wouldn’t want a better look at this view?), this design is currently finalized and we can only make minor changes to it. By adding the skylight, we need to review the structure of the Pod, placement of the skylight on the “roof,” air and heat circulation as well as suitable material for a skylight (which will face the sun directly!).
However, the team really like this skylight idea and will take it into consideration for the next version
Is this what you’re talking about?
We tried having ethernet outlets with the Pod but it didn’t work out quite well. For this design, we’d recommend using a wifi booster to connect to the main house’s wifi.
We wouldn’t want to add or change too much to this design, as this is targeted towards the general population, who may or may not need all the technical things you listed. They’re nice to have, I agree. So if you want additional installation, we’ll be providing a 2D blueprint of the electrical system of the Pod, so you can alter it as you want with safety (however it might affect our warranty policy!). You can also utilize the vent for the AC should you not need it (we have another vent for airflow) for additional wires you want to add to the pod.
For electricity, we’ll provide an extension cord so you can connect the house’s main electrical system with the Pod outlet. The cord is weather-proof so you won’t need to be worried about having it outside.
Sorry for my English, I’m not a native speaker so I might get some technical terms wrong
And to answer @abstractpenguin, maybe you can add a curtain or a blackout vinyl to your liking . For the window, I understand your point. However, if we add a fourth vertical window, or ‘thin-down’ the gap between the windows, the wall will not be strong enough to support the roof of the pod.
We cannot add the fourth window to the left because of the glass door joint with the wall. We cannot add another to the left because (a-hem), this wall comprises 3 wooden wall panels, the first window is of the first, the second and third windows are of the second, and, you guessed it, none on the third. Because if we add another one on the third panel, the gap between the windows will be uneven, and that doesn’t look quite nice. Let me show you how it is in the photo below.
I marked where the panels joined, it might look uneven, but it’s actually because of the angle this photo was taken at
So, the fourth window cannot be in the joint. Also, the gap between the windows are quite narrow irl. In addition, too many glass windows take off the strength of the wall that is used to support the roof.
I hope my answer solve your questions Please keep in mind that we will take note all of your comments into consideration for future upgrade. Cheers!