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The home that takes SIX hours to construct: Flat pack family house costing £25,000 can be crumpled and moved to another area and is even tremor proof This is the creative level pack collapsing home which costs just £24,800, takes just six hours to fabricate and can be crumpled and moved to another area. Photographs indicate segments of the M.A.Di Home being delivered in a manufacturing plant in Italy, transported by truck and being unfurled and effortlessly amassed nearby. Time-slip by photographs demonstrate the cutting edge quake evidence home being changed into the last item, total with windows and entryways. [More]
“Flat Pack Prefabs Could Provide Relief in Haiti ” “The tragic earthquake in Haiti has provoked a number of architects to think about how they can help with disaster relief. One recent example we looked at was the SEED project, which uses shipping containers as temporary housing. Now architect Andres Duany has designed a fireproof, waterproof, and moldproof flat-pack temporary house that could easily be shipped to the ailing country. The composite construction homes, which measure 8’2″ x 8’2″ x 19’8, sleep eight using bunk beds. Additional modules can be tacked on for larger homes. Duany already has a prototype [More]
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Build a home in four HOURS: Engineer believes his £10500 flat pack house could solve the UK’s looming housing crisis An engineer has created what he believe…

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