Those who want to move into the city at any cost may someday find themselves living in Cocoon by Tanya Shukstelinsky. Cocoon is designed as temporary urban housing. It's essentially a vertical dwelling where privacy is provided by a sheet. The sheet has stairs and handholds stitched into it. This creates "rooms" and ways for folks to move between them.
Cocoon by Tanya Shukstelinsky doesn't offer much in the way of space, but it does feature a dining room, bathroom and bedroom. Cocoon was created for the designer's final year project at Jerusalem's Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. That being said, it's not outside the realm of possibility to think that this school project could become an actual living space. People will pay, and live in, just about anything these days.