The Hypercubus Concept by Studio WG3

It’s odd and it’s strange but it’s also innovative and an example of extreme creativity. In one word, it’s Hypercubus. It was a project developed by Studio WG3 and it was placed in Styria, Austria. The design team for this visionary project was composed of Matthias Gumhalter and Christian Reschreiter and their work resulted in the creations of an innovative structure.

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Hypercubus is a concept that was based on three fundamental ideas. Basically, the architects wanted to integrate in this space a series of open areas, small modular living units that would also be transportable and to also contribute to the creation of a new concept in the field of tourism. The Hypercube was envisaged as something that would inspire the creation of prepaid apartments. Designed as a transportable unit, the Hypercube can be moved and used in a variety of different areas. They can be moved depending on the season so that its inhabitant can enjoy beautiful weather all year around.

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This means that the same structure can be sued in various locations at different times, thus responding to the demand at that particular moment. The design of the hypercube would basically remain the same but it would adapt differently according to the location. These living units could be brought together for larger events. It’s a very innovative project that could also inspire more similar creations.{pictures by Karin Lernbeiß}.