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Hong Kong architects design houses made from water tubes

Hong Kong has been the most expensive city in the world to buy a house in for the last seven years, so architects like James Law have gone small with their designs, creating micro-homes to maximize land use.

But James’ micro-homes aren’t like the tiny houses that were all the rage a few years back, because he uses concrete water pipes to make his cylindrical homes. Continue reading at Neatorama

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  1. Good: The landlord used to work in Oil & Gas Field Tech so they won’t be flipping them like crazy.
    Bad: They’ve been collecting a lot of reusable takeaway and LP lines…
    Spec: Cavitation isn’t as bad as they say once you get used to it.

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