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This Solar-Powered Prefab House Can Be Installed In A Single Day

By Aimee Lutkin

M.A.DI. is a company that produces A-Frame houses that can be set up more or less anywhere with a firm ground. Stupid Dope reports that they've tapped into the popularity of sustainable living, and made it far cheaper and quicker to actually live in a house that aligns with your principals.

A M.A.DI. house can be installed in a single day, and it doesn't require a foundation. Yet their shape makes them earthquake-resistant. They can be lived in permanently, or used for temporary installations, like exhibits, fairs, or in emergencies, like for disaster relief.