Abandoned Buildings Can Be Converted Into Homes With Modular Kitchen And Bathroom Blocks
A new modular kitchen and bathroom unit can be inserted into an empty building to make it a home. via dezeen
Called the Hub, the boxy 15-square-metre unit is designed by Kraaijvanger to be installed into almost any type of building, from disused office blocks to warehouses, as long as the structure has electricity and water connections.
Each module contains a kitchen, bathroom and toilet, as well as facilities including heating, a sound system and a Wi-Fi connection – providing residents with almost everything they need to live comfortably.
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