House Coffins from Hong Kong

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Do you think you’re paying a lot for rental housing? And you are willing to pay 300 USD per month for rental housing area of ​​1.7 square meters?

In Hong Kong, property prices are almost 50% up from 2012. Therefore, there were so-called “home-coffins.” Let’s see how a 1.7 sq.m. you can place a sleeper with TV.

It’s almost palace – as much as 11 sq.m. There is a bunk bed, small sofa, fridge, washing machine and table. Rental price – $ 580 per month. Income hostess – $ 1290 dollars a month, she is working at the bakery. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

3. Top view. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

4. And this is a real “home-coffins” and their area reaches 1.7-1.8 sq.m. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

5. As you can see, people can adapt to everything. Social workers stress that the “graves-home” create a variety of psychological problems for their inhabitants, and therefore they need to be resettled as soon as possible. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

6. The yard outside looks ordinary. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

7. This is even small families can not be called. Three “coffin-home” in one place. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

8. Inside the “coffin-home.” Apparently, this is more – you can stretch your legs and the TV got. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

9. Next to these “houses” can be a bit of a walk on the roof. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

10. The top can be a good estimate of the space of the “home”. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

11. Small Pleasures: pet. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

12. The former waiter, who retired. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

13. Some of illegally trying to build a hut on the roof of buildings. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

14. Yes, the important point: two dozen “homes-coffins” There is one bathroom. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

15. Another “house-coffin” and its inhabitants. (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

16. Well, would be able to live like that? (Photo by Kin Cheung):

House Coffins from Hong Kong

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