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Modern Prefabricated LoftCube Pops Up at 19th Century Belgian Castle

by , 02/13/12


green design, sustainable design, eco-design, LoftCube Hotel, werner aisslinger, prefabricated, loft cube, prefab, daylighting, chateau de la post, belgium, eco-design, hotel, eco-tourism, nature

The LoftCube in Belgium offers tenants a few unforgettable moments of intimacy and isolation, taking advantage of the bucolic landscape and exceptional daylighting. All of the composite materials are white and the pod is constructed almost entirely out of glass, reinforcing the connection between the outdoors and the room’s quaint and bright interior.

The prefabricated cube features 30 square meters of open spaces, with the exception of an enclosed bathroom. The detailing is minimalist, and the room has all of the modern amenities most visitors would expect to have, including internet access, but neither this nor the contemporary decor detract from nature’s own beauty.

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+ Chateau de la Poste Hotel

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2 Comments

  1. mvfuentesl October 22, 2013 at 11:14 am

    I also want to know the price, the cost of shiping to Guatemala city, estimated lifetime and way to perform mantenace.

  2. Tomatito Cama July 18, 2013 at 4:23 am

    WHAT IS THE ESTIMATED COST OF THIS MODULES? CAN THEY BE SHIPED TO THE UNITED STATES AND THERE COMONWELTHS? WHAT WOULD BE THE COST OF SHIPING? HOW DO I PERFORM MATENACE ON THE UNITS?

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