Gallery: v100 Mod Box: the Next Generation in Prefab Design

 
The units are super low maintenance, require no paint and no nails, and can be quickly assembled.

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  1. Lookotels Seeks to Roll... November 5, 2010 at 1:01 am

    […] Modular rooms would vary in size from 9.7 sq meters for a single up to 12.1 sq meters for a premium room. Each unit would be self-sufficient and include a sofa bed, TV, a desk, a chair, a WIFI connection, a telephone, air conditioning, a bathroom, and automated controls. The entire hotel is automated with self check-in and out kiosks, a built-in safety system, and a 24-hour customer service telephone line will keep guests comfortable. Staff requirements would be low, thus further reducing operational costs. Energy-efficient sustainable design also plays a huge role in the hotel — it has an expected energy savings of 40% compared to average hotels. […]

  2. nattgurl September 25, 2010 at 12:14 am

    I saw the mod box in person recently, it’s amazing. It feels much bigger inside then I expected. I would gladly trade my house in for this space.

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