Barcelona city hall vetoes the project, saying the tiny pods are unfit for humans

A Barcelona company has sparked outrage with a plan to rent out tiny pods where low income workers would live side-by-side like bees in a hive for as little as 200 euros ($232) a month.

The company argues the project, called Haibu, which means beehive in Japanese, is a solution to a shortage of affordable housing in the Catalan capital but Barcelona city hall has refused to issue a licence for it, saying such tiny accommodation is unfit for humans.

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