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B-and-BEE Stackable ‘Honeycomb’ Micro Shelters

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Although not practical as a full time living space I thought you’d still enjoy seeing these B-and-BEE Stackable Micro Shelters because they’re interesting and can be useful in lots of different situations.

They were created by Belgian designers/supporters at Archilles Design, One Small Step, Compaan, and Labeur as a way for people to better enjoy festivals. But as soon as I saw them I thought how they can also be used as emergency shelters, napping pods, ‘glamping’, camping, and more.

And it’s all put together and stacked using a ‘honeycomb shelter’ design. They’re easy to set up and can be stacked four high with a staircase system added for upstairs access.

B-and-BEE Stackable Micro Shelters


Images: Archilles Design

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Images: Archilles Design

Video: Installing the Stackable Honeycomb Micro Shelters

Video: Painting the Honeycomb Shelters

Learn more at: B-AND-BEE.com


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  • George
    July 26, 2014, 9:56 am

    This is the coolest thing I have seen in tiny living – it looks like a mobile apartment complex!

  • Rebecca
    July 26, 2014, 11:10 am

    These are clever and cute, much more so than the sleeping pods in Tokyo that you featured ($700 per month). But then they are filled with college students, not a middle aged man trying to survive. Sometimes these things give me a heartache.

  • Carolyn
    July 26, 2014, 1:18 pm

    These would be great for the homeless situation for some cities.

  • Elle
    July 26, 2014, 7:50 pm

    Whew! Thought I’d seen it all. I love these. The first thing I thought of was how cool these would be for camping but I agree that these would be excellent for homeless, emergency, and students. I would’ve painted a cat face on the front though. Wadda ya gonna do. Sigh.

  • Marsha Cowan
    July 26, 2014, 8:12 pm

    Practical. Pretty. And oh so cool!!

  • Paul
    July 27, 2014, 5:12 am

    Oh. Em. Gee… I never would have believed it. The NEW owlcatraz! Somebody please, tell Jeff Rense!!!! : p

  • Mike H
    July 27, 2014, 8:58 pm

    You could make something like these pretty easily with some solid or hollow core doors.

  • Rue
    July 27, 2014, 11:52 pm

    Call me what you like, but my first thought was that one amorous couple would ruin that setup for everyone. -Especially- at some festivals. No soundproofing, and how sturdy are they?

    If the honeycomb’s a-rockin’….

    Also, people who snore. My BIL could probably shake that thing to the ground on resonance alone.

    I do like the sliding futon thing, though.

  • Twila
    October 11, 2014, 3:50 pm

    wish one could rent one of those at airports for overnights…

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