Austrian art college graduate Andreas Strauss has created a new type of holiday accommodation; minimal-hospitality units made out of large sections of concrete drainage pipes....

Austrian art college graduate Andreas Strauss has created a new type of holiday accommodation; minimal-hospitality units made out of large sections of concrete drainage pipes. The project, called Dasparkhotel is located in a park near the Danube, where three "drain rooms" create perfect sleeping spaces for travellers.

Despite the giant concrete interior, inside the rooms are apparently surprisingly comfortable- if not a little sparse. A double bed, storage, light, power socket, woolly blanket and light cotton sleeping bag are all supplied, and the lacking hotel amenities are provided by nearby washing facilities, cafes and bars.

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