…because if the Met Council hears about this, it’ll be part of the Minneapolis and Saint Paul building codes ASAP.
A Hong Kong architect has invented what he believed to be the solution of overcrowded cities by turning concrete water pipes into tiny homes.
The OPod Tube Housing system aims to re-purpose concrete tubes measuring just over eight feet in diameter, and turn them into ‘micro-homes’ with 100 square feet of living space.
It is the brainchild of architect James Law of James Law Cybertecture who designed the build as a possible solution to the lack of both space and affordable housing in Hong Kong.
it’ll give urban hipsters a way to virtue-signal against those wasteful slobs in their tiny houses.