Homebox is a radical concept inspired by cargotecture that involves literally flipping a shipping container on its side. Professor Han Slawik of the University of Hanover loves the concept of building with shipping containers, but thinks they have a limited potential and are costly to modify or repair. So he came up with a wooden version with the same dimensions, but rotated it from horizontal to vertical. The result is a three-story house with a tiny footprint that can be moved with the same transport system of shipping containers and be used as emergency, temporary or permanent housing.

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BIZNESS! Newsletter Issue 149

  Antistress For Free The street artist conceived a brilliant idea to hang square sheets of bubble wrap for transit patrons to enjoy as they wait. The sheets are positioned...