Vacation doesn't have to be as complicated or over-the-top as we aim to make it. Russian architecture firm Arch Group did what others have done, but they did it better—they've made a mobile hotel room called the Sleepbox. It fits in airports, railroad stations, shopping centers, outdoors, and really—anywhere you want. They come in different color and material options with all the necessary amenities: a bed, fold-out table, a built-in alarm and intercom, a Wi-Fi router, LED mood lights, a safe-deposit box, a touchscreen TV, tinting windows, an automated payment system, and electrical sockets.
Despite the Sleepbox being marketed as a temporary stay, who says it can't be permanent?
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