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02 WE’LL RAISE THE STANDARD OF ULTRA-AFFORDABLE HOUSING

New shelters are designed to help refugees and others with limited means.
Box populi Hex Houses are assembled on-site, like Ikea furniture.

Hex House

Want to lower the barrier to homeownership? Reduce the cost of design and construction, which can account for roughly half the purchase price. That’s

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