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The Cubitat: Necessities of Living, Fit Inside a Cube



Cubitat is a 10 x 10 x 10 cube that features a kitchen, bathroom, bed, laundry and storage. Presented at Toronto’s Interior Design Show recently, the Cubitat is the concept of Urban Capital developers David Wex and Mark Reeve and designer Luca Nichetto. Once the cube makes it past the prototype phase, the developers plan to make it available for customization and purchase online.

The developers call Cubitat a a “plug and play” living space, in that it's fully functioning when hooked up to plumbing and power. 

See additional photos and learn more about Cubitat's features and limitations here.  



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Assuming a modest price, I like the idea for very quickly making a commercial building human-habitable... All the table and cabinet space, break-room, restroom, and more, in one single unit, ready to be connected.

However, I HATE tiny washers & dryers. They do an awful job and are so much more hassle than they are worth.
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