This house is so easy to move, it's like picking up a suitcase.

If you can't afford an ordinary apartment, maybe you can try living in a parking lot. Even a Google employee is already doing it, leaving the rest of us mere mortals resigned to our fate.

In Bangkok, where rents are quickly rising and young professionals often struggle to find places to live, architects created a simple tiny house that can easily pop up in a parking garage or inside one of the city's half-built abandoned buildings.

"It is very difficult for young professionals to live with a bit of quality of life in the city," says Rachaporn Choochuey, cofounder of All(zone), a Bangkok-based design firm. "We noticed the issue and want to offer an alternative way of semitemporary living."

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