Next time you pack your suitcase for a mini-break, don't forget to include a transportable hotel. Yup that's right, Portuguese Architect Jose Pequeno has invented a sustainable building which can be assembled and taken down and transported just as easy. The 'Transportable Tourist Tower' or the 'TTT' takes up only 10 square meters to be completely assembled.
And for such a small and compact space, the tower contains a lot of amenities; from a bathroom, to a kitchen and dining area, study, bedroom, a living room and a rooftop deck.
The nifty design is made from 100% renewable materials and can be built using any type of wood you prefer. This is an interesting invention for those who want to reduce their carbon footprint when traveling.
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