OPod: James Law Cybertecture Innovative Micro-house From Giant Water Pipe – Video

Hong Kong architect firm James Law Cybertecture has developed a prototype for low-cost, stackable micro homes in concrete pipes, which could slot into gaps between city buildings. Called OPod Tube Housing, the project sees 2.5-meter-wide concrete water pipes transformed into 9.29-square-meter homes, with doors that can be unlocked using smartphones. Studio founder James Law envisions these tubular structures being piled up on top of one another, creating affordable starter homes for young people in vacant city-center locations across Hong Kong, one of the most expensive cities in the world.

OPod: James Law Cybertecture innovative micro house from giant water pipe   Video

OPod: James Law Cybertecture innovative micro house from giant water pipe   Video

OPod: James Law Cybertecture innovative micro house from giant water pipe   Video

OPod: James Law Cybertecture innovative micro house from giant water pipe   Video

OPod: James Law Cybertecture innovative micro house from giant water pipe   Video

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