By Rebecca Drew
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.
The ingenious M.A.Di Home was created by Italian architect, Renato Vidal. It is earthquake resilient and has the eco-friendly capacity to become completely off-grid with solar panels, LED lighting and grey water systems.
The home can be built at any location without the need for it to be constructed on concrete foundations. The assembly process takes a team of three people just six to seven hours, and involves each module being unfolded before roof pitches, interiors walls and flooring are added.
It comes in a variety of sizes, ranging from a 290-square-foot tiny home with a one-stage staircase for £24.8K to a 904-square-foot family home with a two-stage staircase which will set you back £54.9K.
All basic models include a fitted bathroom, kitchen connections and technical installations, and will be delivered 60-days from the acceptance of final drawings.
The M.A.Di Home is completely manufactured in Italy and can be easily collapsed and moved to a new location or stored away.
For more information see www.madihome.com