Wednesday, September 28, 2016

An Australian Architect Wants to Become the IKEA of Tiny Homes

Here without a doubt is one of the silliest new home prefab companies ever created.

Big World Homes is an Australian Architect’s idea of a home that you can buy for only $50,000 (AUS$65,000)and with just a few tools and a bit of patience, would-be home-owners can build their own abode from a flat-pack, on the cheap and off the grid.


The one bedroom, 148-square foot ‘home’ comes in pieces on the back of a trailer. The price also includes the trailer.

Or you could buy this brand new 2017 18’ Coleman RV without having to do any assembly for only $12,000 and it is built to RV codes and standards. And take the $38,000 you saved and buy a used Cadillac Escalade to tow it.



Architect Alex Symes, founder of Big World Homes, says anyone can put it together. A drill, a hammer and a wrench are all that are needed to put together the 37 panels that make up the house.

"It's like IKEA on structural steroids," he said.

CLICK HERE to read the original article and watch his video

No comments: