Parking spaces in our time are mandatory and very necessary, because the number of cars in cities, especially large ones, is constantly growing. It is worth noting that parking spaces are not cheap enough now, therefore, parking owners manage to get a decent income with minimal financial costs.
Therefore, sometimes it turns out that in some areas parking lots are not used, because just not everyone can afford to pay for them. London-based architect Tim Pyne decided to get around this problem in a very logical way. He designed a practical yet elegant hotel in car parks.
Its area is about 500 feet, modular units can be folded or unfolded. The apartments are perfect for travelers who do not want to spend a lot of money in real hotels, because they do not need deluxe rooms.
While the project is under development, it would be very useful in highly developed cities. After all, not all people are able to pay for a hotel, and spending money for parking while you walk around the city is somewhat unreasonable.
Architect: Tim Pyne