Designed to be simple enough for anyone to build in just a few days, the Pop-Up House is made of lightweight and recyclable materials and can be assembled using a simple wireless screwdriver.
Developed by Multipod Studio, the first prototype was erected in the South of France, a working proof-of-concept with 1,600 square feet of space on a wood floor mounted on micro-piles. Since then, other models have been developed, too, using the same simple materials and construction principles.
The structure, compiled of insulating blocks and wooden panels, features affordable thermal insulation, reducing costs and environmental impact. The look is cozy and modern, featuring sleek lines and contrasting materials — fresh out of the box.
[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Houses & Residential. ]