Concrete Pipes Transformed Into Tiny Homes Could Be The Future Of Micro Housing.
In this day in age, it's kind of hard to find affordable housing that's actually decent. Because of that, tiny houses have been popping up all over the world. People have managed to make homes out of shipping containers and even wood pods in the shape of eggs! Tiny houses aren't just good for your pocket, they're super cute, as well. Recently in Hong Kong, a new type of tiny house has been revealed, and you won't believe how truly tiny this one is!
Architect, James Law, came up with an absolutely genius idea.
James knew that there was a huge housing problem in Hong Kong, so he began brainstorming solutions for the overcrowding. What he has come up with will blow your mind!
James' company, James Law Cybertecture, has figured out how to re-purpose cement pipes that are usually used for construction.
Their new tiny house, the OPod Tube House, was designed to be an affordable housing option for those that struggle with housing costs.
The OPod Tube Houses are the perfect size.
The tubes are meant to house one or two people and have approximately 100 square feet of living space. It doesn't have too much elbow room, but all the typical amenities are provided.
The OPod Tubes come with almost everything you would find in a regular-sized home.
It has a living room that has a couch that turns into a bed. It also comes with a mini-fridge, food sold separately, of course.
That's not all it comes with, though.
The OPod Tubes have a second pipe that contains a bathroom, complete with a shower, and plenty of storage space!. They may be a little on the small side, but what else could you possibly need?
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