Always carry a room around with the Hotello designed by Roberto De Luca and Antonio Scarponi. You’ll always have a space to sleep with this portable space around since it contains all the necessary elements that make up a minimal room. The trunk’s contents include: a desk, lamp, stool, shelf and a small bed. It consists of a metal structure that supports a set of double curtains that are both translucent and sound absorbent. It is a roofless space, so you’ll have to make sure that you’re under something larger to cover you from the elements. There’s also no restroom so you’ll have to go elsewhere. Basically, the wheeled trunk has all the furniture that one would need to work and rest wherever they are. Scarponi says Hotello was “conceived to extemporarily inhabit the empty lofts of the contemporary city.”
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