Russian architects Ivan Ovchinnikov, Olga Sandakova, and Kirill Kazakov have designed a pre-fabricated holiday home that can be assembled and ready to use in a single day.
Just like a piece of IKEA furniture, the TOPOL 27 modular house is made of several parts that can be transported by car and put together on site. Unlike other similar pre-fab homes, it also comes fully furnished with lamps, cutlery, and dishes. Spread over 27 square metres, the home has a bedroom, kitchen, living room, bathroom, and dressing room. The structure itself is also built from natural materials, with oak wood and black metal for walls, and stone for kitchen countertops.
“We dreamed of creating a house that the buyer would be able to pick up from the warehouse on their own, install on their own on the same day and immediately begin using, without wasting time on finishing, selecting furniture, kitchens, dishes and decor,” the architects say.