Living in a box – Copenhagen-based architecture firm Pink Cloud is looking into converting empty office space in New York City into pop-up hotels. The entire contents of the hotel could fit in 36 flat pack modules, which could in turn be transported on a single lorry.
Pink Cloud concept – Rooms would be outfitted with all the amenities of a traditional hotel room, including an en-suite bathroom, and depending on the location, each hotel could come with custom dining and entertainment options. Pink Cloud envisions fashion-branded pop-ups marketing major labels during Fashion Weeks.
Snoozebox – Employing different aesthetics, Snoozebox turns a series of shipping containers into mini, short-lived hotels. The pop-up hotel chain tends to set up near major events, such as the G8 summit in Northern Ireland last month.
Pop-Up Hotel – Pop-up hotels have become increasingly en vogue lately They come in a variety of forms, from shipping containers to tents, like those of the UK based The Pop-Up Hotel, pictured, which include porters and concierge service.
Pop-Up Hotel, – Just because they are not meant to last doesn't mean they come cheap - a four-day stay with The Pop-Up Hotel at UK's Glastonbury Festival will set you back at least $1,525.
Snoozebox – In London, tourists can enter a lottery to stay in a boat balanced atop the Southbank Center. Called simply A Room For London, the Living Architecture abode is inspired by Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, and offers views of several London landmarks, including St. Paul's Cathedral and Big Ben. The room costs about $440 a night with up to two guests.