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Time-lapse: Three-bedroom housing in about six hours

Pat Donahue of the UMN Natural Resources Research Institute developed a semi-permanent housing structure called House3 (house-cubed) that can be easily set up in about six hours for emergency needs. The three-bedroom structure only needs simple tools for assembly  and is made of Minnesota wood products. Once assembled it can be packed away again for use at another location.

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