An Estonian design collective called Kodasema has just launched a new prefabricated home which could potentially shake up the UK's housing industry. Called the Koda House, it's set to cost £150,000 GBP ($194,000), which is inclusive of the cost of planning and building regulations, delivery, site preparation, installation, and connection to water and electricity.
The tiny 25-square-metre micro home doesn't need foundations and can be easily moved back-and-forth on the back of a truck which means it can also easily be used as an office, workshop, or summer house. Could this be the answer to the U.K's shaky housing crisis?
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