M.A.Di houses are made in a factory, flat-packed and easily transported via lorry or container to virtually any location.
Time-lapse footage reveals how the earthquake resilient prefab home is transformed into the final product, complete with windows and doors in just six to seven hours and Interior images show the sleek design which boasts plenty of open plan living space in the tiny a-frame house.
Each home stretches over two levels and comes equipped with a kitchen, dining area and fitted bathrooms, it is available in a variety of sizes, ranging from a 290-square-foot tiny home to a 904-square-foot family home. It also has the eco-friendly capacity to become completely off-grid with solar panels and LED lighting.
The M.A.Di Home is manufactured in Italy and can be easily collapsed and moved to a new location or stored away and located without the need for it to be constructed on concrete foundations.
The assembly process takes a team of three people just six to seven hours, and involves each module being unfolded before roof pitches, interiors walls and flooring are added.