Students from the University of Karlsruhe in Germany have created a flexible housing solution that makes the most of its minimal interior space in a very unusual way. The draft was part of a design competition in collaboration with the Institute for Industrial Design and Construction Output, and resulted in a tubular piece of architecture that symbolizes the home’s mobility. The mattress for the bed is attached by velcro, with pillows and blankets stored in a cupboard underneath. The central segment can be decoupled from the rest and used for exercise. A sink is recessed into the wall, with a water tank above it. And the toilet is mounted on hinges that keep it from turning upside-down, regardless of the surrounding motion – thank goodness.
Christian Zwick and Konstantin Jerabek came up with the “Roll it” idea when working on a project that explored the concept of “mobile and space-efficient construction.”
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