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Could this ‘flat-pack’ home transform the future of the UK property market and solve housing crisis? BRITISH engineers have developed an incredible £100,000 flat-packed house that can be unfolded in ten minutes. The adaptable unit can then be packed up with all its furnishings and transported on a lorry just as quickly. The creators of Ten Fold hope to revolutionise the UK property market by mass producing the stackable homes. Inventor David Martyn, 58, said its built-in folding partitions and storage space allow it to be used as a home, classrooms, business spaces, pop-up shops, hospital operating theatres and emergency [More]