French architecture firm Multipod Studio has unveiled a prototype for PopUp House, a customizable home made from stackable blocks. It can be designed, ordered, and built in about a month. The actual construction only needs a screwdriver and takes just four days.
PopUp House is part of a growing sustainable architecture movement called passive construction. The architecture concept describes homes that are well-designed, low-cost, and energy-efficient. The PopUp House is airtight and watertight, which means it keeps heat locked in.