These tiny cabins could turn unused rooftops into beautiful hotels
Like many cities around the world, the demand for living space in Berlin has skyrocketed.
A new startup wants to build rentable micro-homes, called Cabin Spaceys (get it?), for travelers. Part-hostel-part-coworking space, each 250-square-foot cabin would be completely powered by solar panels.
The team is crowdfunding to build the first prototype, called the Model-Zero. Outfitted with furniture, central air conditioning, and heat, it will be completed in October, co-founder Andreas Rauch tells Tech Insider.
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