Designer Aristide Antonas has thing for wheeled homes - first, he brought us the cozy tanker truck cabin, and now he brings us the double decker bed-and-breakfast. It's perfect for zombie evasion, escaping Master Blaster's minions, or tea time.
Antonas is an associate professor of architecture at the University of Thessaly. Here's his synopsis of the piece:
A 2 levels bus is transformed to a moving 7 beds hotel. A bed and breakfast space rational is installed in an existing bus structure. The bus can also be used by small commuting communities such as the professors of off town Universities.
This project reconsiders the design of an existing two floor bus. The interior space of the bus is transformed to a hostel room containing 7 beds, a water closet and a living room. The chosen vehicle could be a German bus or whatever other type of 2 floor bus with similar dimensions.
If the IRS hasn't been abolished by flesh-hungry deadites (or evolved into some sort of sentient, hive mind, super-bureaucracy), this rig will save a fortune on property taxes.