“Ablenook”: A fantastic tiny house design

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This is an extraordinary design: shipped flat, modular, clicks into place (no tools required), three hour assembly, can work on uneven ground. NOT just for disaster shelter. Can scale up to become home, school, office, apartment building, etc.

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If only it were made of recycled materials! And cost $16,000 is way steeper than the $500 Conestoga Hut. More the price of my yurt. But hey, think about what a “normal” house costs . . .

Damn it! They didn’t make their kickstarter goal.

Try again, guys. This is a fantastic design idea.

And hey! Here’s one with a solar roof . . .

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