The Push Button House

December 2nd, 2005 | Filed under: Architecture, Design, Sustainability, Urbanism | 3 Comments »

Adam Kalkin‘s Push Button House is a shipping container fully pimped out to reveal its lavish insides with the push of a button. “It works like a flower – you push a button and the thing transforms itself.”

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3 Comments on “The Push Button House”

  1. 1 Real Oasis :: Garden design and related property issues » Blog Archive » Diarmuid Gavin missed this one ;) said at 4:46 am on December 3rd, 2005:

    [...] Adam Kalkin’s Push Button House is a shipping container fully pimped out to reveal its lavish insides with the push of a button. “It works like a flower – you push a button and the thing transforms itself.â€? [...]

  2. 2 roy gilmer said at 8:51 pm on December 3rd, 2005:

    Even though it looks like a great idea for the homeless, it would also make a great “Fifth element” house. It would probably be cheap too.

    On a side note it does look like the bed looking thing folds down on the near right side door.

  3. 3 Urs said at 10:57 am on December 20th, 2005:

    Something similar is to be found in Barcelona: The “casa pollo” by Santiago Cirugeda. For more information. Hochparterres Barcelona Blog


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