Modular Mini House Assembles Quickly

Gizmag tells MHProNews the Mini House from Sweden is a prefabricated modular home that arrives flat-packed and can be assembled in two days. Creator Jonas Wagell says all the modules can be recycled or combusted except the sliding glass door that opens on to the terrace, which gives a larger living space to these homes that are currently used as summer getaways in Scandinavia. The polystyrene core is clad with plastic laminate or plywood for insulation and the windows have no trim. Designed to withstand adverse weather conditions, on the drawing board are modular kitchens and bathrooms for a larger model that will also have photovoltaic cells as an option, as well as attachable modules for additional space.

(Photo credit: Lars Petter Petersen/Gizmag)

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