The PopUp House design is a flatpack home that can be built without the need of a construction team or contractors thanks to a flatpack design that only requires the use of a screwdriver for assembly. This allows consumers to put together the affordable home entirely on their own while sticking to a reasonable housing budget.
Similar to furniture purchased from retailers such as IKEA, the PopUp House allows consumers to put together a home entirely on their own using a pre-purchased flatpack frame. The house costs roughly $340-$409 USD per square metre which is nearly one sixth the cost of a traditional home. The PopUp House is made using stackable blocks that take a week to assemble before the environmentally friendly design is fully liveable.