Gallery: Petroleum Tank Turned into Futuristic Loft Sleeping Pod and Lo...

If you're already envious of people who get to live in awesome lofts in Manhattan, wait till you get a load of this hooked up residence complete with futuristic capsule living areas made from a petroleum trailer tank! The owners of the Morton Loft in New York
 
If you're already envious of people who get to live in awesome lofts in Manhattan, wait till you get a load of this hooked up residence complete with futuristic capsule living areas made from a petroleum trailer tank! The owners of the Morton Loft in New York City hired shipping container specialists LOT-EK to make their living space truly one of a kind by slicing up a petroleum tank and transforming it into 2 sleeping pods - complete with hydraulic piston hatchback doors - and 2 capsule bathrooms stacked right on top of one another. Click through the gallery to see each of these amazing spaces up close and personal.

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