Laws firm james law cybertecture manufactured the tube home pictured below from a water pipe with a diameter of 82 feet

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Laws firm james law cybertecture manufactured the tube home pictured below from a water pipe with a diameter of 82 feet

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Laws firm james law cybertecture manufactured the tube home pictured below from a water pipe with a diameter of 82 feet.jpgCalled the opod the tube homes measure 100 square feet for perspective a standard one car garage is about 200 square feet.jpgLaws firm james law cybertecture manufactured the tube home pictured below from a water pipe with a diameter of 82 feet 1.jpgIt includes a sofa that folds out into a bed as well as shelves a mini fridge a microwave and a bathroom with a shower.jpgEach tube home will cost 15000 thats not cheap but its much less than the average price of a new home in hong kong18 million for a 600 square foot unit according to one estimate.jpgLaw sees his tube homes as one temporary solution to hong kongs housing shortage the pods could stack in unused urban space like shipyards .jpgBetween buildings .jpgOr even under highways.jpgSince the pipes weigh nearly 22 tons they dont need bolts to stay together when stacked law said that would keep installation costs low.jpgIn hong kong many people live in squalid conditions or in partition dwellings as there are extremely high rents housing costs and inadequate public housing he said the opod is an inexpensive alternative.jpg