A new micro home designed in British Columbia, Canada has managed to be sustainable and adaptable while also being remarkably affordable. Better still, the home can be exported in a flat pack and easily assembled in almost any location around the world.

NOMAD is a tiny prefabricated house created by Vancouver-based designer Ian Lorne Kent, who sought to develop a moveable home for an affordable price under $30,000. The cost-effective dwelling features a living/dining area, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom, all of which fit into into a 10 foot by 10 foot space…