Push Button House created by Adam kalkinarchitect is shipping container that opens up into an entire house. The Push Button House starts as a shipping container until a button is pushed, and it turns into a house. Motorized walls unfold like a flower, revealing a fully functional house, complete with refined, understated furnishings.
The open structure contains six rooms spread across the container’s floor and walls. On one wall there is a double bed and bathroom complete with a full size bathtub. in the middle, there is a kitchenette and dinning table complete with a chandelier overhead. To complete the home, the doors of the container are lined with a library full of books. on the other wall there is a living area with a sofa and side tables.The home demonstrates how the technologies of wider industry can be used to create dynamic architectural conceits.
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