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Mobile Minimalist Hotel Rooms
The Hypercubus by Studio WG3 is Self-Sufficient and Compact


By: Sarah Robson (Star) Jul 31, 12
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It is hard to believe that a hotel room can be so compact, but the Hypercubus by Studio WG3 proves that smaller is better. The name for this amazing cubic apartment comes from the mathematical hypercube shape, and it is located in Austria.

The architects designed the project to be self-sufficient and transportable, and it represents a new concept in tourism. The idea for minimal housing concepts are popping up all over the world to promote mobile construction and eco-friendly living.

These types of concepts are not dependant on their locations, and are prime examples of a modern compact living. You may have to go outside to use the washroom if you stay in this apartment, but this new design is extremely unique.



Source: architizer
Readmore: wg3.at



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