A great example for temporary architecture is the M-hotel by architect Tim Pyne. Located in Londonâ€™s trendy Hoxton, this 36-unit, prefab hotel is designed to be rented by corporates for periods of up to 3 months, where executives could stay in a more homely, comfortable environment than any other average hotel.
Each of the 500 sq.ft. hotel apartments will include a proper kitchen while the end of the living room could be screened off to make a temporary second bedroom for when executivesâ€™ families come to visit.
Due to be completed by the end of 2008, the m-hotel temporary structure will arrive on the back of a series of low-loaders; its steel frame will be set up on the site while the units will be slotted into it – an impermanent, prefabricated structure instead of another temporary car park.