An Italian architect has taken flat packs to the next level.
Renato Vidal created the folding home, M.A.Di, which can be assembled by three people on any surface in about six hours.
“It creates cosy and safe places highly customisable according to your needs,” its website says.
In addition, the M.A.Di home doesn’t need a concrete foundation to be built on and it can be relocated if necessary.
Coming in a variety of sizes, from a 290-square-foot tiny home (£24,800) to a 904-square-foot family home (£54,900), the eco-friendly home is also earthquake proof and has the capacity to become “completely off-grid with solar panels, LED lighting, and grey water systems.”
Don't believe us? Watch the time-lapse video below of a M.A.Di home being assembled.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.