UK Passivhaus specialist Mike Jacob has joined with award-winning architect Adrian James to create a flatpack home that takes less than a week to install. Dubbed "Kiss House" the prefabricated housing model is similar in concept to the Mini House from a few years back, but on a much bigger and more livable scale. Offering two, three and four bedroom versions, the Kiss House is built using cross-laminated timber (CLT), which is a sustainable alternative to traditional building methods such as concrete and steel construction...
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