These incredible folding homes can be taken anywhere, where they can be unfurled and set up in just three hours.
The fold-up dwellings are made by Latvian firm Brette Haus and can be transported to any flat location by truck.
The homes come in three designs – Compact, Rustic and Urban – and range from 18 to 108 square metres.
All of them have double-glazing, a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom, and a bedroom.
And they also come complete with basic facilities – a toilet, sink, shower, plumbing, and electrical systems.
While they can all be connected to a sewer and electricity network, Brette Haus suggests using a local expert to get this sorted.
On the market, the pop-up buildings cost between $28,000 and $78,000, depending on their level of spec.
And Brette Haus says most countries do not require a building permit or much paperwork for their set up.
If needed, potential buyers can choose to add an Ikea kitchen installation, a dishwasher or washing machine, solar energy kit, infra-red heating, a water heater, a “smart home” system and custom facade finish.
Brette Haus says how the recyclable structures, which are made from cross-laminated timber (CLT), can be used is endless.
They suggest they using them as affordable housing, cafes, an office, a garden house, a guardhouse, a glamping lodge or a rooftop hotel suite.
The Compact models can even be joined together to make little fordable towns.
Of the designs, Brette Haus says: “Our foldable Compact houses can easily adapt to the size of your business. Attach one unit to another and you will get a much bigger construction.
“This option allows to create large residential or retail chains similar to townhouses but with a very important benefit – they are movable and can be freely relocated or compactly stored when not needed.”
They add: “Foldable houses can emerge not only as individual projects but can form new social structures.”
The foldable builds, which take around eight weeks to manufacture, can all be shipped within a week to mainland Europe.
But as they fit inside shipping containers, the units can be delivered all over the world.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission