Affordable Housing for All with Paolo Tiramani

November 2, 2022

“The new part of Boxabl is that you can pack and unpack. You can grow your home, or you can make your home smaller.”

“If we don’t screw things up, we’ll bring building construction into a modern, post-industrial world.”

–      Paolo Tiramani, CEO and Founder of Boxabl

Their first customer was Elon Musk, their first big job was for the Department of Defense, and they’ve only been in business for a few years. Boxabl, a modular housing company from Las Vegas, is addressing the affordable housing crisis with a $50,000 modular unfolding home.

Their mission, “Significantly lower the cost of homeownership for everyone. [Boxabl is] obsessively designed to the highest standards of quality, strength, and sustainability to last for generations.”

With thousands of orders, Paolo and the Boxabl team are churning units out, anxious to bring housing to the people, one unfolded unit at a time.

Topics discussed in this interview:

  • Paolo’s story
  • A peek at the early days of Boxabl before they sold their first unit
  • Paolo’s motivation behind creating Boxabl
  • Addressing the affordable housing shortage
  • Finding a problem to solve instead of creating a solution first
  • Details on Boxabl and the packing/unpacking process
  • Expectations for the future of the company and their products
  • Manufacturing advancements for a cheaper, better house
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