You know the feeling you get when you walk into your living room in the morning and see your "friend" that's crashing with you for the weekend asleep on your couch?
Gross, right? Belongings strewn everywhere, shoes on the floor. Makes you wish you had told him to get a hotel. But that wouldn't be very nice. It would be great if you had an extra room for all those "friends" who come to stay the night (s).
It would be great if you had a Hotello.
Hotello is essentially a pop-up hotel room that can be stored when not being used. It was created by Roberto De Luca, an artist, and Antonio Scarponi, an architect and designer. The 2m x 2m x 2m structure (or about 6ft x 6ft x 6ft) contains a desk, a lamp, a stool, a shelf and a locker. The structure is metal and has a sound-absorbent curtain.
Hotello hasn't hit the market yet and no word on how much it will cost when it does.
And once that pesky house guest leaves, simply store away for the next time.