Tiny home lovers looking for something a bit out of the box can look to UrbanCampsite Amsterdam, a series of micro shelters that takes over an underused part of the city every other year. The 2015 edition saw the likes of a “Bedbug” dwelling complete with legs and a tent with a trampoline for a roof. This year’s crop of inhabitable art, popping up in Amsterdam’s Science Park, is just as kooky.
This year’s theme, “The Art of Tech-Living”—that is, the art of “future life and living”—gave rise to 13 striking little abodes, including a lighter (and pinker) take on climate change and campers fashioned from a ‘70s Dutch electric car, sewer tube, and wheeled waste container. Each dwelling can be booked on Airbnb through August, with prices ranging from €85-140 per night.