Two hundred square feet? SO last year. The newest tiny house folds up to fit in your pocket. Okay, it’s unfurnished, and probably not much of a candidate for permanent residence, but designer Martin Azua’s “Basic House” could be an emergency housing solution — or maybe just an awesome pop-up camping tent.
The Basic House is self-inflating, and it’s reversible to either keep body heat on the inside (for warming) or reflect solar heat from the outside (to keep it cool).
Basic House fits in your pocket, SmartPlanet.
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