Architecture Student Turns This School Bus Into A Livable Home (Video)
Aug 17, 2013 12:32
Have ever imagined living in a school bus? What would it be like? Hank Butitta did it, but he took it one step further. He made it comfortable.
Butitta had grown weary of doing projects that only existed on paper in his last semester in architecture. He bought a school bus, and over the course of 15 weeks, transformed the standard issue vehicle into a modern home.
There's a kitchen, two beds and a bathroom. Once he'd given his final presentation, Butitta and some friends embarked on a 5,000-mile road trip to test it out. [Home Designing]
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