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344 Sq Ft Studio Apartment Transformers Into 24 Configurations!
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344 Sq Ft Studio Apartment Transformers Into 24 Configurations! - April 26, 2010, 11:00 AM

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How brilliant! I remember when I lived on Stanton St. in the LES and only had 550sq ft to play with.

I can actually see this becoming a trend on lower end campers and RV's! The more expensive RVs already have slide out rooms.
How about walls that reconfigure the entire space. Do this in something like a Benz Sprinter Van.




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Very cool. Seems good for one person living in the dwelling.
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Very cool!! I wonder how expensive that is to install - the whole thing looks like stainless steel.


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Very cool!! I wonder how expensive that is to install - the whole thing looks like stainless steel.
We got some pretty slick carpenters and engineers on here.
I'm sure one of them can figure out something. It doesn't have to be as finely polished up and use expensive materials like this one.

It just made me think about that old box style ambulance that was on here a few months back that was being sold as a track day truck.

That would have been a good platform to experiment with.



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April 26, 2010, 11:49 AM

NOT GOOD.

Cool or uncool. That shit would not work with 95% of our population.

How many of you actually MAKE YOUR BED EVERYMORNING? NEVER LEAVE A DISH IN THE SINK? NEVER LEAVE A THROW BLANKET ON THE COUCH?

Secondly fat asses like myself would wake up on the floor with a bed like that.

lastly, what happens when you need to shower, cook, iron, wash clothes, and check the local traffic and weather reports?

it's gonna take you about 3 extra hours to move all those damn walls. oh wait, you forgot to turn off the stove....but it's 3 walls back...and you are taking a bath!!!!!!!!!


maybe this would work for a marine...that's about it. most people are too damn lazy and unorganized to have this sort of living arrangement to keep it looking nice.

shit you bring a date home and your shit is jacked up b/c you left the kitched wall in the MIDDLE of the room so she walks in and sees your dirty dishes AND fucked up bedroom ALL AT ONCE...smh.


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Update: This post is not for lazy, fat asses.



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