Flying Nest Modular Hotel By Ora Ito

Hi everybody ?We continue to discover for you. Our container house on today’s tour is from France.We’ll venture to say that most hotel rooms aren’t mobile — in fact, most hotel rooms are probably part of a much larger building that’s anchored to its foundation.Paris-based designer Ora Ito doesn’t think that architecture should conform to societal standards — an idea made especially clear through the modular, transportable living spaces they’ve created for AccorHotels.The “Flying Nest” is a culmination of sustainable dwellings that have been fabricated entirely from old shipping containers, providing a warm, accommodating living space that can be packed up, transported, and reintroduced in a variety of locations.Each container features a 12-square-meter layout that combines a sleeping area, private bathroom, and living area in one well-thought-out unit. Picturesque views are achieved through the implementation of a single square window, providing a well-framed view of whatever location the traveling hotel calls home.Up to six modules are connected via terraces and formatted in a series of small islands to promote interaction between guests, while the eco-friendly wood exterior provides a sustainable and self-sufficient footprint.LEARN MORE: HERELiving in a Container explores projects made with shipping containers around the world and shares them for you.Don’t forget to take a look at the structures made with other amazing shipping containers on our site!We invite you to send in your story and container homes photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!You can share this using the link and social media re-share buttons below. Thanks!» Follow Living in a Container on Social Media for regular shipping container house updates here «