by Low Lai Chow in Architecture on Friday 31 May 2013

We love it when stuff get a shot at life after life. The Miele Space Station, an architectural structure made out of nothing but disused washing machines, is the perfect poster child for this. With six modules and one head, the Miele Space Stations is mobile, versatile and flexible — apparently it has already done time as a bar/art vending machine, a pavement café and even a architecture office.