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A kit home company is promising that anyone can put together its energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly houses – and it can be done in just four weeks. EcoKit provides comfortable and modern homes that save homeowners the time and extra construction costs of building from scratch.The kit houses are also designed in a way that encourages the use of renewable energy sources such as solar energy and hydroelectricity.   One of the easy-to-build houses is already being constructed in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales.’Ecokit is an innovative construction system that utilises pre-fabricated, standardised timber components that are lightweight, easy to install and [More]
QUIRKY pictures and video have revealed the innovative flat pack folding home which could be yours from just £24.8K and takes only six hours to build. The incredible shots show components of the flat pack M.A.Di Home being produced in a factory, transported by truck to its new location and being unfolded and easily assembled on site. Time-lapse footage shows the modern prefab home being transformed into the final product, complete with windows and doors. Interior images show the sleek design which boasts plenty of open plan living space in the wacky a-frame house. For the full story visit www.mediadrumworld.com. [More]
The home that takes SIX hours to build: Flat pack family house costing £25,000 can be collapsed and moved to a new location and is even earthquake proof.This is the innovative flat pack folding home which could be yours from just £24,800 and takes only six hours to build.Photos show components of the flat pack M.A.Di Home being produced in a factory in Italy, transported by truck to its new location and being unfolded and easily assembled on site.Time-lapse photos show the modern earthquake-proof home being transformed into the final product, complete with windows and doors. Interior images show the [More]
This flat pack folding home is just £24.8K and takes only six hours to build. The footage shows components of the flat pack M.A.Di Home being produced in a factory, transported by truck to its new location and being unfolded and easily assembled.
The home that takes SIX hours to build: Flat pack family house costing £25,000 can be collapsed and moved to a new location and is even earthquake proof Photos show components of flat pack M.A.Di Home being produced in factory in Italy and assembled on site Assembly takes three people six hours, and involves modules being unfolded before rooms are are added Innovative home, created by Italian architect Renato Vidal, is earthquake proof and has eco-friendly features Comes in a variety of sizes, ranging from a 290 sq ft home for £24,800 to a 904 sq ft family home for [More]
These tiny houses are called M.A.DI homes. They are manufactured in Italy and transported like shipping containers to be quickly assembled in around 6 hours. The tiny homes start from around £24,600 for 27 square metres of living space. Each additional module costs €16,000 (£14,000 or $19,000) while an extra staircase will set you back €2,000 (£1,800 or $2,400). The tiny homes, which are manufactured by Italian wood specialist Area Legno, are also eco-friendly. —————————————-­­­­———- Follow BI UK on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1Nz3jG3 Follow BI UK on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1VWDkiy Follow BI UK on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2gsLEds Read more on BI UK: uk.businessinsider.com —————————————-­­­­———- [More]
Tiny house costs less than £1000 and takes a day to build This tiny flatpack house created by Czech architect Vojtech Valda costs less than £1000 and takes just a day to assemble. It consists of 21 insulated panels and is split into three spaces for sleeping, living Czech architect designs tiny flat-pack house with a bedroom, living room and kitchen which costs just £1,000 (and even includes a darts board) Vojtech Valda’s house was built in under 24 hours in village of Trebesice £1,000 home features tiny areas for sleeping, living, cooking and storage Architect even fitted the miniature [More]
Owning a house is a dream commonly held by many people. For some, it’s a sign that you’ve reached adulthood, while for others it may mean family and a sense of belonging. http://www.flatpack-homes.com.au
This is the amazing Hobbit-style house an eco-friendly farmer built from scratch for just £150. Resourceful Michael Buck created the “cob” home at the bottom…

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