In a bid to make a home as big and as tall as a grand piano, architects have built something that looks a lot like a coffin.
It’s called a grand coffin.
The designers of the coffin were inspired by a recent example of a coffin being made with the same materials as a modern sofa.
But the coffin they chose is an entirely different shape, so much so that they needed to make it into a giant piece of furniture.
It looks a little bit like a giant coffin.
But it has a big old style.
In a paper published this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the authors, from the University of Sydney, describe a method of creating a coffin using the same material as a sofa and then using a special kind of carbon nanotube, which is used to manufacture the coffin’s ribs and ribs of a sofa.
The coffin has an internal volume of just a few cubic metres, so it weighs less than an average sofa.
This means it’s easier to transport than a sofa, says lead author Professor Jonathan Baughan.
“It’s a very easy way to get around,” he says.
“This is a very simple way of creating an enormous space, which means it doesn’t require too much transport infrastructure.”
This article appeared in print under the headline “Tiny coffin”, from The Conversation.