Italian Renato Vidal just showcased their smartly built portable homes. A flat pack folding home that can be put together in 6 hours.

M.A.Di. is a modular living unit designed by Italian architect Renato Vidal. It has generated a lot of interest as a sustainable solution for the contemporary housing market. It is portable and comes very customized to client specifications. It can be used to set-up earthquake-resistant buildings for residential purpose, temporary villages for sports, and first aid facilities in case of emergencies.

Standardization of the production process for M.A.Di. and its dry assembled structure allow for cost effectiveness. You can see some pictures of the transportation, exteriors and interiors of a typical M.A.Di. structure below:







A basic model will come with a bathroom, kitchen connections, etc. With solar panels, the structure can be assembled for off-grid locations. Delivery is set at about 60 days after the final drawings are accepted.

See time-lapse video below:



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