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Students created a $15,000 house that can go up in under 24 hours

Architects are increasingly coming up with clever ways to design homes that cut down on construction time. Take the Kokoon, a new three-story wooden house that can go up in under a day. The first prototype was recently unveiled in  Otaniemi, Finland. Built by students, the home was a project for  the Aalto University School of Arts Design and Architecture's Wood Program.
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