3-Meter Cubed Spaced Home! Take It Wherever You Go!

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Who needs a flashy 9,000 square foot home when you can have a a 30 square foot home, when you can take it wherever you go and live the good life! That is right, this tiny mobile home has a Japanese-style recessed desk, a sink, toilet and shower. It is coined the Paco home, any relation to Pac-Man perhaps?

This portable work of art is brought to us by Japanese architect, Jo Nagasaka and the Schemata Architecture Office. I would think this would be handy on road trips to Key West or a fun day at the beach when you do not want to use the ocean as  your toilet!  I think it would be  a good idea for late nights at the office and in the medical field as well. All you have to do is hook it up to a source of water!  More pics after the jump along with some man booty! Just a warning!

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The hammock is scary, how far up is that?

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Hello World, My name is Jennifer Safanova ! I am what you call a casual gamer but I have been playing video games since I was 4. My first console was Atari and I moved up to Snes and so on and so on. My 3 favorite games of all time have to be Super Mario World , Condemned and Halo 3! I am here to give a female perspective of the gaming, gadget and anime world. That being said I am a huge lover of Japanese culture and am a huge collector of anime, manga, figures, Japanese paintings, etc etc. I am also a gamer model and a huge comic book nerd! If you go to my link on myspace you can even see me cosplaying as Spiderwoman. I am happy go lucky, silly and have the heart of child. I am very friendly , have a great sense of humor and am very outgoing! So that is a little on me, I will try to keep you guys entertained as much as I possibly can and maybe open your eyes to some things you did not know of but happy you now do!

Readers Comments (2)

  1. You gross me out more and more each day. Thank You

  2. Whaaa, I warned you!

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