Stackable Hotels You Would Love Staying At
This is concept artwork for a Jenga-like Hive Inn, in which the idea is to stack several shipping containers on top of each other until a tower is formed. Each space represents a different company or brand, serving as an office for each, respectively.
In the world of architecture, many more innovations are being discovered with every single day that passes. Ideas that were once considered highly outrageous are now being realized, thus paving the way for some really impressive things. Even we get to marvel at ideas that seem simple in theory, but rather stylish and sophisticated in execution, which is the case with regard to stackable hotels with modular designs. Stack one object on top of another and you get shelter which is not only visually unorthodox but also very practical, making it easy for you to move around whenever you want to.
This is a look at the interiors of the Eco-Hotel.
Simple, spacious, and highly streamlined, the interiors of the HyperCubus makes for a really conducive living space.
In Fukuoka, you will find the Capsule Hotel, a remarkable realization of the stackable hotel concept. There are many of these to be found all over the city nowadays, simply because they provide living space for people in the simplest of ways, while also providing amenities like a TV set and free Internet.
The Hive Inn in all its glory. With a crane at the site at all times, it would be easy to transport and swap offices.
Here is a better look at home residents can extend their residence with the available “slices” for the MicroHotel.
However, the rooms are all rather streamlined and provide you with the basic necessities. What’s even better is that the hotel itself makes for some pretty easy loading up, and you get to swap it around or even add some more stacks to create a larger structure.
VRDV’s concept for the SkyVillage. Seen as a large whole made up of “pixels”, this stackable hotel concept comprises individual spaces that can be stacked atop each other.
The Sleepbox Hotel in Moscow is as versatile as you can expect. Modular rooms were slipped inside the already existing space to prevent further renovation. The whole feel of the idea evokes that of a proper combination of being a hotel and a hostel, with the rooms capable of accommodating 2 people at once.
The DROP Eco-Hotel is simply a bunch of pods that can be placed anywhere you wish. However, the pods are raised so that it doesn’t invade the harmony of the soil or ground it is placed on.
The beauty of this concept lies in the fact that it also allows for greens to breathe and be highlighted, thus giving importance to environmental friendliness.
The HyperCubus is far from being a boring design, despite its rather ordinary cubic shape. As you can see, you can angle it in an off-kilter way to highlight the geometric form while also being stylish.
Concept art for the Modular MicroHotel. Made up entirely of “slices” which can be assembled together to create a house shape, this hotel idea makes for infinite possibilities with regard to expansion.
The Snoozebox is a hotel which doesn’t strike people as attractive. This portable shipping container hotel has a rather utilitarian look to it, almost derivative of a futuristic sci-fi movie.
The Bayside Marina Hotel is located in Yokohama, Japan. These shipping containers were given a much needed overhaul to create the sleek yet simplistic stacks of rooms atop each other. Guests are treated to a different view for each room, thus making it anything but ordinary.