Czech Company Develops Prefab Tiny House Prototype Than Can Be Assembled In Three Hours

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The 74 sf home on stilts consists of 21 insulated panels, all connected by threaded rods, and costs only $1,200

September 20, 2016

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Pin-Up Houses, a Czech Republic-based firm, has developed a prefabricated tiny house prototype that can be assembled in three hours. The 74 sf home on stilts consists of 21 insulated panels, all connected by threaded rods, and costs only $1,200. The house features a metal roof, sleeping area, kitchen with wood stove, and a central living area. No plumbing or electricity is included.

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