- Mobile hotel. Hypercubus by wg3. Not just a container.
Small, modular transportable units to provide temporary accommodation, wherever it’s needed. This is the idea behind Hypercubus, designed by Austrian architecture firm wg3, namely to deliver a flexible holiday accommodation unit. This easily transportable mobile structure is even self-sufficient, if necessary.
Step aside permanent holiday home that stands empty for most of the year, and make way for this intrinsically sustainable approach!
One edge of the cube-shaped building is bolted onto a concrete base and it tilts upwards to lift the entrance off the ground, propping it up with a staircase. Apart from making the cube original and attractive looking, this clever stratagem also opens up the interior with three levels: a glass-lined bathroom, a living area with great views, and a sleeping loft.
So what are you waiting for? You too can experience “living on the edge”.
Project: wg3 http://www.wg3.at/
Location: Austria – anywhere
Photography: Katrin Lernbeiß, http://lupispuma.com/ - courtesy of wg3