No power tools? No problem. The was designed by a French studio called MultiPod Studio to simplify the process of building your own home...and we mean "simplified." Basically, they embraced when it comes to the construction process, because the only tool you need is a screwdriver — no nails, no hammers, and definitely no saws required.
But, wait, how exactly is this possible? Glad you asked: All of the materials are shipped to you ready to be assembled, including insulation blocks and lumber, and are held together by wooden screws. Another perk is how fast it all comes together: The timeline is just one month (and the frame is just one week) compared to the six months on average homes built from scratch usually require.
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But best of all, it's super customizable: "A PopUp House can be whatever you wish it to be: a small and cozy country lodge, an urban two-story house, or a spacious open office," co-founder Corentin Thiercelin told .
In the end, the home will on average end up costing around $1,477 to $2,272 — but if you want to finish the inside yourself you could save almost half of that. And while the PopUp House is currently only available in France, the company has plans to expand to the UK and U.S. soon (whew). Now all you need to figure out is who you're going to sell your pointless tool kit to.