'Easy-to-assemble' labels might adorn boxes for flat-pack beds or bookshelves - but for a house?
A Canadian company has designed a sleek 10ft by 10ft 'micro-home' with a bedroom, bathroom and kitchen that can be sent anywhere in the world and assembled within days.
And the company, based in Vancouver, claims that not only is the tiny property space effective, but it's also cost effective - priced between $25,000 and $28,000 - and good for the environment, too.
The house has been designed and built but now the company, NOMAD, is seeking funding through an online campaign to test prototypes and develop infrastructure for larger scale production
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