The company who makes this tiny house is called Habitaflex, and you might actually consider it a small house instead of a tiny one.
Because it folds out large enough for an entire family to live in. It uses a crank system to fold and unfold.
Plus keys to turn to lock and unlock for folding. No foundation is needed because the home can be built into a trailer that you can pull yourself.
It comes with cabinets, kitchen sink, oven, fan, toilet, and a full sized shower.
It would take you 2 to 3 hours for 2-3 people to set it up or put it away.
For rolling the walls together there is a rolling mechanism that is built in. The roof is also lowered by crank.
The width of the house is 8 feet when it’s folded up into a trailer, here watch the video so you can see it for yourself in action…
Below are more screen shots in case you have a slower connection or don’t want to stream video.
The Habitaflex is a subsidiary of Maisons Laprise Inc who is a manufacturer of energy efficient prefab homes since 1989.
What do you think the future is for a housing invention like this? Do you see anybody buying and using it? Scroll way down to comment.
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