Gallery: WG3’s Hypercubus Micro Hotel is a Tiny Home Tilted Towards the...

We have showcased some pretty petite retreats, but the Hypercubus brings a new dimension to small-space design -- the building seems to teeter on the land, alluding to its temporary status. Designed by Austria-based Studio WG3 as a temporary retreat for tourists who want to be immersed in the landscape, the tiny building is a parametric interpretation of a big concept - the hypercube. The interior provides a cozy retreat from which one may view the vast landscapes that surround the mini house.

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  1. Katherine Onthefarm August 27, 2013 at 7:23 am

    Toilet? Electric? Water? How does all that portability work? If you were going to prep a space with a concrete pad, electric hook ups, water and waste management….. I think I would plan for a closet and a kitchenette.
    Sculptural and more interesting than most little cabins hiding in the woods – as long as you don’t suffer from vertigo I think it would be fun.

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