Tilting Micro-Hotel Lets Tourists Connect With The Surrounding Landscape [Pics]

Tilting Micro-Hotel Lets Tourists Connect With The Surrounding Landscape [Pics]
Design & Architecture

The Hypercubus from Austrian firm WG3 is bolted to a concrete pad in one corner and raised for a staircase on the opposite edge.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 august 2012

This concept design from Austrian studio WG3 is a cube-shaped living space meant for temporary stays. The small tilted Hypercubus takes advantage of the natural landscape to immerse its guests. One corner is bolted to a concrete pad and the opposite edge is raised, with a metal staircase used to support it. The mini hotel units are mobile and can easily be moved to different locations. They are divided into three sections, with the lower area used for a bath, then a middle living space, and a loft to sleep in at the top.

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