Czech architect Vojtěch Valda came up with the idea of the minuscule home , which can be built in a few hours.

The house, which costs 30,000 CZK, is made of 21 insulated panels with specific areas for sleeping, living and storage which are color coded.

The blue area is for sleeping, white for daily activities, and a red area has a kitchenette.

He installed the prototype in the village of Třebešice, south of Prague.

Valda, who is working on his doctoral thesis, sees the home, which he calls Tiny France because of its tri-colour scheme, as the future of sustainable living.

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