If software hacks existed in the real world, they’d probably look something like Mrs. Fan’s “Plugin House”. Located in Beijing’s Central Changchun Jie neighborhood, this modern living space replaces an existing dwelling, while adding modern touches such as a full kitchen, bathroom with off-grid composting, high ceilings, and plenty of windows to let the natural light soak in. There’s even a rooftop deck for afternoon tea, or whatever social occasion may arise. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“PAO’s plugin house system is completely waterproof and can be used outside of an existing structure. A system of prefabricated modules incorporates insulation, interior and exterior finishes into a single molded part. The panels attach to one another with an integrated lock, meaning that the home’s construction can be easily completed by untrained individuals with just one tool in 24 hours. Wiring and plumbing are also integrated into the composite panels,” according to Design Boom.