(Pic) Oil Tank Becomes A Sleeping Pod
New York's LOT-EK upcycles petroleum oil tanks into a unique architectural element.
LOT-EK are container specialists that created a remarkable space for two sleeping pods and two bathrooms by upcycling petroleum oil tanks.
Re-Nest details the interior design of the work:
This New York loft is made from a recycled petroleum tank which has been transformed into two sleeping pods and two bathrooms, stacked upon one another. The tank was cut into two sections: the first, placed horizontally over the living room and contains two sleeping pods, and the second placed vertically within the space to hold two bathroom pods stacked vertically.
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