Czech Company Develops Prefab Tiny House Prototype Than 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

By Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor | September 20, 2016

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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