The conceptual '737 Max Tower' is a residential living space designed to make use of airplane fuselages and create budget-friendly spaces for those in urban areas to benefit from.
The building makes use of the Boeing 737 Max airplanes that have been manufactured by the brand for orders, but canceled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The airplanes are stacked one on top of the other and create an unorthodox living space that is nevertheless perfect for providing comfortable shelter from the elements. This is thanks to the airplane's waterproof, soundproof and structurally sound design.
The '737 Max Tower' is the design work of Victor Hugo Azevedo and Cheryl Lu Xu, and is imagined for the Los Angeles area to provide a living space for the homeless.