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  • Lilly Allen

    awesome outdoor room

  • Aimee Hayes

    I doubt many of you order more concrete drain pipe than you need, but if you do here’s a great way to reuse them into a workspace or guestroom

  • 99Mustsee.com

    Strange Hotels and Guest Houses - Das Park Hotel, Linz, Austria Do you wan to stay in sewage pipes ? thankfully, clean and functional and sit on the banks of the Danube, making them a perfect post-industrial bolt hole. Read more: http://blog.99mustsee.com/strange-hotels-guest-houses/#ixzz2L4DvWuNz

  • Vera Scott

    Interesting idea based on wabi sabi. http://www.homeinteriorszone.com/interior-decoration/decorating-tips-ideas/what-is-the-concept-of-wabi-sabi-and-how-can-you-use-it-in-your-home/

  • Beth Montoya

    Park Hotel in Austria. Constructed from concrete drainage pipes. Clever idea

  • Rally Alzate

    Great idea for a guest room

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