B-And-Bee is a honeycomb hotel intended for use at musical festivals.
Say you’re going to a music festival and plan to spend the night. You have a few options. You could rig up a roomy tent, but then you’ll have to protect your palace from drunken Phish fans. You could sleep on Mother Earth’s very own sleeping bag, though that’s never quite as comfortable as it sounds.
You even could shell out for an overpriced hotel room somewhere off site, but that sort of misses the whole point, doesn’t it? There is another emerging option: Booking a pod in one of these funky honeycomb hotels.
It was the winning entry of a Belgian competition that was looking for ideas surrounding sustainable entrepreneurship.
This odd-looking structure is called a B-And-Bee. It’s a prototype that’s making the rounds at Belgian music festivals. It looks like the lovechild of Japanese capsule hotel and…
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