Capsule Hospitality

Initially created to maximise space in big japonese cities, these capsule hotels are becoming shelters for overworked urbans.

By Chloé Stückelschweiger Published on 28 June 2018 Share

From simple bedroom to high tech resting bubble: the renewal of the hospitality capsule   Created in Japan at the beginning of the 1980s, capsule hotels were made for high density cities where the stake were especially about optimizing space while insuring minimum comfort with a more than affordable price. Three decades later, overworked white.

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