Could this be the future of hotel rooms? The Hypercubus is a unique modular hotel room that can move from location to location based on need. The architecture by Austrian firm WG3 is based on the mathematical shape of the hypercube. The “minimal housing” units use existing resources and are easily transportable. This way, when tourism season drops off or a large event ends, the units can be moved to a new location where they are needed, instead of staying put, taking up space, and using up resources while not in use.