Shipping Container Rooms Can Be Removed From Hotels Like A Giant Jenga [Pics]

Shipping Container Rooms Can Be Removed From Hotels Like A Giant Jenga [Pics]
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Recycled shipping containers make up a modular structure that can increase or decrease capacity based on demand.

Kristen Nozell
  • 22 april 2014

The Hive-Inn is a unique hotel concept by Hong-Kong based OVA Studio that can grow or shrink on demand using a system not unlike the popular game Jenga. The structure, which was designed for the Radical Innovation Awards competition, uses recycled shipping containers as guest rooms that can be easily slotted in and out of the structure and transported to other locations if needed.

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