Small shelters, unusual and entertaining, pop up within Amsterdam


Tiny house lovers searching for something a little out of the container can look to UrbanCampsite Amsterdam, a number of micro animal shelters that gets control an underused part of the town every other yr. The 2015 edition noticed the likes of the “Bedbug” house complete with hip and legs and a camping tent with a playground equipment for a roofing. This year’s crop associated with inhabitable ar2rk, popping up within Amsterdam’s Technology Park, is simply as kooky.

This year’s theme, “The Art associated with Tech-Living”—that is usually, the art of “future life plus living”—gave increase to thirteen striking small abodes, which includes a lighter in weight (and pinker) take on environment change plus campers designed from a ‘70s Dutch electrical car, sewer tube, plus wheeled waste materials container. Every dwelling could be booked upon Airbnb via August, along with prices which range from €85-140 for each night.



“Tubalow, ” Boomhuttenfest

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“Tubalow, ” Boomhuttenfest

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“BnB Polyurethane foam Home, ” Kraft Architecten & Atelier Rick Tegelaar

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“GigaBed, ” Studio room Valkenier

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“Fou Scope, ” Labor Fou

Photograph by Jeroen Staats



“TRU, ” Akko Goldenbeld plus Miriam vehicle Eck

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“TRU, ” Akko Goldenbeld and Miriam van Eck

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“Stacking Stays, ” Oscar Sanders

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“Dakloos, ” Koele Kachels

Photo by Jeroen Staats



“Sleeping Pod, ” Studio Produced

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“Sleeping Pod, ” Recording studio Made

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“Univers 9, ” Robbert vehicle der Dummkopf

Photograph via UrbanCampsite



“(S)low Technology, ” Refunc

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“Waiting regarding Water, ” Stefanie Rittler and Sascha Henken

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“Magic Container, ” Ron Abelen

Photo simply by Jeroen Staats

Through : Weburbanist, UrbanCampsite


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