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With both homelessness rates and the cost of homes continuing to climb in the U.S., one startup described as the IKEA of houses is determined to make beautifully-designed, affordable housing more accessible.

What truly sets NODE's homes apart is that theyre designed to be carbon neutral, and some even carbon negative. The startup is confronting both the housing crisis and climate change with their energy efficient homes.

NODEs houses are shipped in boxes and designed to be constructed quickly. The startups goal is to make it possible for the houses to be assembled by just four people in two weeks.

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