SLEEP INSIDE A CONCRETE PIPE / DORMIR DENTRO DE UN TUBO DE HORMIGÓN

The Hotel which I present this Friday, is not characterized by its interior, or design. But for what has been used for its construction, it is a hotel built with concrete pipes place in an organic farm in Tepoztlan (Mexico). The “TuboHotel”

El Hotel que os traigo este viernes, no se caracteriza por su interior, ni diseño. Sino por lo que se ha utilizado en sí para su construcción, se trata de un hotel construido a base de tubos de hormigón colocados  sobre una huerta orgánica en Tepoztlan (Méjico). El “TuboHotel”

10The tubes has dimensions of 2.40 x 3.50 m and They have been isolated and coated for  its conditioning inside.

Certainly It is a great way to recycle, and the economic cost have not been very high to the promoter.

Los tubos tiene unas dimensiones de 2,40×3,50 m  y han sido aislados y revestidos para acondicionar su interior.

Desde luego es una buena manera de reciclar, además de tener en cuenta que el gasto económico para el promotor no ha debido ser muy alto.

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7 Responses to SLEEP INSIDE A CONCRETE PIPE / DORMIR DENTRO DE UN TUBO DE HORMIGÓN

  1. yourothermotherhere says:

    I think they’re really cool! Like living in a can.

  2. That is really cool! I’d like to try and sleep in one of those!

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  4. Parece una buena opcion, mi unica preocupacion seria que el baño es compartido y habemos unos que tenemos fobia de usar baños publicos.

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