A multi-use pay-as-you-go hotel and workspace concept that uses shipping containers has been unveiled by a design firm called Spacious.
Artwork and drawings published on the Spacious website show a concept hotel property that would see a sustainable use of space with work spaces doubling as beds in a multi-use space created from shipping containers.
The Spacious website lists other sustainable design-savvy highlights including:
Guests only pay for the space they need, and only for the time that they need it.
As a hotel guest, you can opt-in to get a discount for letting others use your room as a conference meeting space during business hours.
Hideaway beds turn into office workstations, and lockable storage makes it comfortable, seamless, and safe.
Coworking members get private offices on demand, plus in-house coffee, meals and hotel amenities.
Anyone can drop-in and book spaces by the hour, or just hang out in the atrium lobby for refreshments, meet ups, and free wifi.
Spacious CEO Preston Pesek told technology site, Motherboard that the concept is no joke with the first hotel site imminent. “It’s no joke”, he said.