Pop-Up Hotel Rooms

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A French company called Abilmo has developed collapsible hotel-style dwellings that users can quickly construct in just about any location. The concept is similar to the Myhab cardboard units we have discussed in the past, except Abilmo packs numerous modern conveniences like electricity, a bathroom with shower, climate control and even hardwood floors into its 130 square foot space.

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Currently, the Albilmo temporary housing units are being rented out to customers in European countries only-but the idea seems to be catching on, so I wouldn't be surprised if some enterprising individual tried their hand at setting something similar up in the States. [Abilmo via Cool Hunting via io9]

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one2manycords
Creole Trash Panda

Where was this for Katrina, Rita, and now the folks in the Midwest. I pretty sure this company would love the pub, and the cash to boot.