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We’ve seen tiny houses that extend upward, tiny houses that extend outward, and even tiny houses that take the roof off, but Brette Haus puts a new spin on the small living movement with a folding design intended for easier transportation.

 

Insight

We’ve seen tiny houses that extend upward, tiny houses that extend outward, and even tiny houses that take the roof off, but the Brette Haus puts another interesting spin on the small living movement with a folding design intended for easier truck-based transportation.

It also comes with a lot of different options, including off-the-grid functionality and various interior layouts.The project brings to mind the M.A.Di home and features a hinge system rated for up to 100 relocations. Once on-site, installation takes just three hours and also doesn’t require a permanent foundation.

There are obvious concerns with such a novel design however, so we reached out to Brette Haus for more information on its durability.The folding mechanism is an engineered product made specially to work with hardwood and fold high weights,” explains Brette Haus UK representative, Tatjana Boreckaja.

“Plumbing, electricity, and prefabricated furniture are sustainably fixed so when you deliver it – nothing falls. We are providing transportation instruction with how to unfold and how to fold as well when you want it, there will be several instructions to avoid any issues.”

 

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