Is this the answer to Australia's housing crisis? Man creates $65,000 flat pack home (and he describes the plan as 'IKEA on steroids')



The housing market is in crisis, rocked by a lack of new properties, land shortages and exorbitant prices, but one man claims to have come up with an answer. 
Australian architect Alex Symes said flat-pack homes were the way of the future, describing them as IKEA on steroids.
He said they would 'completely disrupt the housing industry in a way we've never seen before'.   
Mr Symes from Big World Home told Daily Mail Australia the current system was 'broken'. 
'Young people who are in an employment cycle, where they live and how much money they earn means they will never be able to afford a... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail
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