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.

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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).

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