Building The Future

Hank bought a Bus!

In architecture school I was tired of drawing buildings that would never exist, for clients that were imaginary, and with details I didn’t fully understand. I prefer to work with my hands, exploring details thoroughly, and enjoy working/prototyping at full scale. So for my Masters Final Project I decided to buy a school bus and convert it into a tiny living space. 

Read more about this beautiful project, which transforms architecture from the always so far seeming and cost-intensive reality into a small scale with a mobile aspect. Welcome to the world of mobility.


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    This guy is so inspiring. I want to do this so badly.
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