Owning a home definitely isn't in the realm of possibilities for most of us millennials, at least for the near-to-distant future. Home prices are just way too high, and it's not like the job market is endowing us with any high-paying jobs anyway. So are we stuck as renters for life?\nWith the Travelbox Olot by Juust architecture, you can become a home owner far faster than you think. Well, kinda-sorta.\nMarketed as a "home in a box," the Travelbox is kind of like a more real estate-focused Optimus Prime, except, instead of going from fire truck to giant mecha, the 132 pound portable box folds out into a living space.\nAble to comfortably carry everything one might need in a home, including a bike, bed, table, chair, and a storage unit, the Travelbox can literally make an open field a pseudo-apartment.\nBut while you could be a complete vagabond and use the Travelbox to make a pop-up house just about anywhere, the true purpose behind the product is to instantly make an empty apartment into a charming home.\nAs designer Stephen Juust puts it, right after you move into a new place "the Travelbox can be unfolded to instantly transform your new abode into a comfortable home," thus freeing you from any dependence on buying new furniture. The result is a more stress-free move that's also more affordable and environmentally friendly.\nFor Montrealers, the Travelbox would be especially useful during moving season, when you need to pretty much pack up your life to a new apartment. And if you're like me, and tend to move two-three times a year, the Travelbox is even more useful.\nTake a look at what the Travelbox Olot has in store in the photos below.