Homes created from converted shipping containers are on display in Sheffield.
The one, two and three bedroom houses have been created by REACH Homes, a not-for-profit social enterprise aiming to tackle homelessness and energy poverty.
The company is looking to provide finance, fair rentals and shared ownership schemes.
Retailing from £35,000 for a one-bed studio to £90,000 for a three-bed fully equipped house the 'container homes' are said to be 90% cheaper to run than a traditional property, the aim is to change the housing market.
The company says any surplus will be put to work tackling homelessness and energy poverty.