DRMM's DIY Eco-Friendly Naked House Also Dismantles for Transport

By: Pearl - Published: Jan 2, 2011 • References: drmm & alternativeconsumer
Naked House, a prototype home designed by British architectural firm dRMM, can be transported in a standard container anywhere in the world and erected quickly using the container as a base. It can also be dismantled and repacked for reuse elsewhere.

Such nomadic houses can thus be used for emergency housing after a major catastrophe, even in flooded areas. The compact size of the nomadic houses allows them to be used in densely populated areas.

What's more, the nomadic houses can be made in a sustainable, eco-friendly manner. The efficient jigsaw-puzzle approach to how nomadic houses are cut out make them affordable.

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