This bus home is an interesting upcycling project; it involved making a living space out of an old and abandoned public vehicle. In an attempt to solve the housing crisis in Israel, Tali Shaul and Hagit Morevski came up with this creative solution to completely renovate the interior of an out-of-use public bus. The end result is impressive; the bus home is now equipped with a kitchen, dining area, bedroom and even a shower.
The completely revamped interior is borderline luxury. Planned out by interior designer Vered Sofer Drori, the bus’s layout makes most use of its given space. The home is furnished with orange patent leather dining seats and a spacious bed, along with a marble-tiled shower.
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This Upcycling Project Revamps an Abandoned Vehicle into a Bus Home
- By: Jen ChaeAug 14, 2013