Estonian firm Kodasema is currently developing a prefabricated concrete micro-home, Koda. The micro-home can be assembled and installed on-site in just seven hours and will cost $111,000 (excluding transport costs) once it is available on the market.

Koda is made from concrete, shipped in precast sections, and requires no foundation if it has level footing. Due to these features, Kodasema has dubbed Koda as being relatively easy to move around.

With only 326 square feet of floor space needed for the home, the manufacturer is looking at producing models suitable for use as a classroom, cafe, office or workshops.

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