The exterior of the OPod, designed by James Law Cybertecture as an experimental, low-cost, micro home to ease Hong Kong’s affordable housing shortage. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

My night in a tube home, low-cost housing concept for Hong Kong – cosy, but noisy and, in midwinter, chilly

Architect had brainwave on a building site; the result is the OPod, a 100 square foot, US$15,000 home formed from two lengths of concrete drainpipe and envisioned as temporary accommodation for a family. The Post is first to give it a try

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The exterior of the OPod, designed by James Law Cybertecture as an experimental, low-cost, micro home to ease Hong Kong’s affordable housing shortage. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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