Hong Kong’s Bamboo Micro-Housing could provide homes in crowded city

Hong Kong studio Affect-T has put together a low cost project to create new homes – a series of bamboo micro houses which could be installed inside abandoned factory buildings.

Known as Bamboo Micro-Housing the small spaces offer basic accommodation.

With a population of more than seven million Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated cities in the world and one of the most expensive place to live. As a result, thousands of residents are left without permanent homes.

Affect-T founder Dylan Baker-Rice says building sustainable housing communities inside vacant industrial buildings could be the answer.

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