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There’s a special project in store for you today. This cardboard house project, prefabricated modular cardboard house was designed by Fiction Factory and is here to make your dreams come true.

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Resting on the backbone of a folded cardboard structure this home breaths vitality into the idea of living in a box. Wikkelhouse, in English loosely translated as ‘wrap house,’ which describes the process with which the home is constructed.

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The primary structural elements of the home are cardboard ribs that are then wrapped from foundation to roof back to a foundation with more cardboard – 24 layers, in fact, which provide thermal protection and further strength to the envelope.

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Here to last a lifetime, the system is then finished with the same waterproof membranes and roofing enjoyed by more traditional architecture.Along the cardboard tube are a few strategic porthole windows that offer select views into whichever environment the home might be dropped in. Each of the home’s segments weighs only 500 kilos, making it light enough.

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The modular cardboard house comes flat-packed on the back of a truck and can be assembled by anyone who has access to a few basic tools and the constitution to work through the process.

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The home interior project is finished with thin, lightweight plywood panels, everything feels light, airy, and full of potential to occupy as the inhabitants see fit. Aesthetically pleasing, the cardboard leaves room to the imagination and inspires everyone to think a bit more outside the box.

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