These spaces in the Superbude Hotel-Hostel in Hamburg were designed by German design firm Dreimeta. The listed building was once a Deutche Post switching centre and one of the core principles of Dreimeta’s design was to incorporate typical local everyday items and materials, giving them a new function. Yellow formwork panels and scaffolding tubes have been used for the guest room furniture and an orange-coloured safety net turned in to a bedhead. Plungers have become coat hooks and beer crates, stools. The printed wallpaper was made from daily newspapers such as the Hamburger Morgenpost, the Hamburger Abendblatt, the Welt and the Zeit.