By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory All around the world, the cost of housing is increasing. To cope, some families have decided to downsize. Other have gone a step further by investing in tiny homes, or taking their abodes on the road. And, there are some who have invested in sustainable, off-grid homes so they can live in peace while thriving in nature. If one — or all — of these options sound good to you, you may want to check out the house Italian Renator Vidal has designed. To provide solutions for skyrocketing real estate prices, Vidal developed M.A.Di , a flat pack folding home that costs just $33,000 to build. Adding further intrigue, it can be assembled in any flat location — and in just six hours. Bored Panda reports that the building is certified as seismically safe, is created with high-quality materials, and comes in a variety of sizes. There is a 290-square-foot home for $33,000, for instance, or a 904-square-foot design for $73,000. The pre-fab homes can be assembled to go off-grid. Apparently, the structures pair well with solar panels, grey water systems and LED lighting. After payment, the house is expected to arrive in about […]


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