The Philippines’ first unicorn is taking pop-up housing to a new level

The Philippine national flag is drenched in rainwater before it is raised during celebrations for the 150th birth anniversary of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal at the Rizal Park in Manila June 19, 2011. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) - GM1E76J0VRO01

The flat-pack housing founder took inspiration from Uber and AirBnB. Image: REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo

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