A house that takes 6 hours to buildVika
While the real estate market is breaking the ceiling with its pricing policy, Italian designer and architect Renato Vidal has found an alternative to conventional homes. The MADi home is a collapsible dwelling worth $ 33,000, or 1.9 million rubles. Such a house can be assembled by three people in 6 hours who do not have construction skills.
Despite the lack of a foundation, the building is earthquake resistant and the highest quality and modern materials are used in its creation. The sizes of the houses are different. The smallest has an area of only 27 square meters and the largest - 84 squares. True, and it will cost $ 73,000 or 4.2 million. But you must admit, this is cheaper than the average house with such squares. The house has a bathroom, plumbing fixtures, a kitchen, a second floor, which is accessed by a staircase, and various technical installations.
You can assemble a house anywhere. The main thing is that the site is level. In this case, the house may not require communications. Electricity can be obtained from solar panels, water from precipitation and lighting is LED. At the same time, it is a cozy and safe home that is customizable according to your needs. Delivery time is up to 60 days after the approval of the drawings.
1. MADi. looks like a modern ordinary house, but it is not.
2. This is a flat-folding house that costs only 33 thousand US dollars or 1.9 million rubles. And just three people can put it together in any flat place in about 6 hours. It usually takes months to build a house. At this time, you will need to rent a warehouse for storing things, and you will also have to rent an apartment. None of this is needed with MADi.
3. The house does not require a foundation, which significantly saves time, money and contributes to the protection of the environment.
4. And this is what the structure of the house looks like after assembly.
5. The interior has an elegant and modern open plan style.
6. There are several types of houses. The smallest is 27 square meters. The largest is 84 square meters.
7. The idea of the house belongs to the Italian designer and architect Renato Vidal.
8. Despite the absence of a foundation, the building is earthquake resistant and the highest quality and modern materials are used in its construction.