Jumpstart Your Day: This Cube Can Transform Old Warehouses Into Homes
Discover the magic behind this red-and-white marvel
We've seen inspiring stories involving bare, and sometimes old spaces, turned into inviting homes. Much as we'd love to work on our own spaces, it can be a bit daunting to think about the whole process behind these transformations. Some go beyond the usual updating of furnishings as these makeovers involve working on the walls, ceiling, and structure of the home. But what if you can easily improve the space with just one cube?
Rotterdam-based architects, Kraaijvanger, created The Hub, a small cube equipped with basic plumbing that turn empty buildings into affordable housing. Measuring around 160-square-feet, it is the architectural firm's answer to futuristic housing. The Hub was conceptualized for a contest spearheaded by a local housing association.
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