Hotel Hosts Customizable Rooms Under Its Floorboards [Pics]

Hotel Hosts Customizable Rooms Under Its Floorboards [Pics]
Design

The Suitcase House Hotel contains customizable horizontal floor panels that when opened, reveal habitable spaces.

Daniela Walker
  • 10 july 2013

Near the Great Wall of China, there sits an unusual house. The ‘Suitcase House Hotel,’ designed by architect Gary Chang is an empty wooden box, 44 meters long and 5 meters wide, it has multiple entrances but does not have any furniture or walls. Rather the house is built in layers, with a series of horizontal doors that open to reveal rooms and furnishing beneath the floor.

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