Architect Martín Marro Builds Cozy Home Inside The Real Oil Tank, And You Can Live In
The Argentinean architect Martin Marro has designed a life capsule that is both minimalist and cosy. This project, called “Bunker”, with the appearance of a submarine, is an architectural and design experience as a return to the adolescent need to create a bubble.
From the outside, the Bunker has all the appearances of a classic yellow container, but in reality the interior has been optimized and remodelled to make it pleasant and ergonomic. A television, a bed, a curved bench, shelves and a minimalist decoration, this time capsule imagined from a universe inspired by the 1940s looks like a case of comfort and peacefulness.
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