Your Very Own Art Studio in a Subway Car

London artists now have a solution to the dilemma of renting expensive studio space to work in. Furniture designer Auro Foxcraft purchased four old Underground subway cars for 200 pounds each and mounted them to a rooftop, creating some unique, affordable office space.

Located atop a warehouse in Shoreditch, London, Village Underground as it's called, only costs artists 15 pounds a week. And while the roof is a work area for artists the warehouse below is used to exhibit their work.


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you can buy a train car for 200 pounds?! Way cooler than living in a trailer, and cheap! Cheaper than a shed too, put it on your land and store stuff in it. Oh yeah, using them as studios is cool too.
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