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The design team at Wombat have taken inspiration from the classic Japanese building materials that were originally developed for the Japanese military and put them to use in the construction of their miniature home.
The house in the video above, by Wombat, is the size of a small car and features a miniaturised metal construction, but it also features LED lighting that makes it look as if it’s actually being built from scratch.
The video was created by Womba Studio, a small company founded by the designers of the video.
The designers have put a lot of thought into how their home will look and feel when it’s complete.
They’ve put all the parts and materials together in a process that takes approximately three weeks, which makes the build relatively quick.
The design process also involves the use of high-quality resin, which is used to make everything from glass to ceramic to plastic.
Wombat says the house will be built in three stages, which will take up to a year to complete.
It’s not a huge home, but the builders are confident it will be able to survive the summer heatwave.
Womba says the team is currently working on building a second miniaturized home in the city of Kobe.