- In-Tenta created a sustainable modular hotel suite that can be shipped and dropped into place using a flatbed truck or shipping container and a crane.
- The N-240 includes a bedroom with panoramic windows, bathroom, and kitchen, although the kitchen can be swapped for a living room.
- The 7.87-foot wide unit starts at $30,000.
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Spain-based architecture and design firm In-Tenta created a sustainable modular hotel suite, the N-240, that can be shipped and dropped into place using a flatbed truck or shipping container and a crane.
The micro-living unit is a part of In-Tenta’s collection of different “drop box” modular hotel and home suites that can be easily transported, placed into its location, and assembled. Despite the collection’s various exterior appearances and designs, the tiny living units were all created with a cohesive theme of “micro-architecture”, easy moving, and friendliness to the environment in mind. It can even be placed on a metal stand to decrease the amoount of land it uses.
According to In-Tenta, the collection’s N-240 modular unit was built specifically to address rising eco-tourism demands filled with travelers who would rather stay in sustainable and comfortable Instagram-friendly suites than the standard hotel.
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