A Swiss architecture firm called Bureau A designed this contraption for "a local bar and cultural center" in Hanoi, Vietnam, called Ta di Oto. It's a bike with a tower, that has seven "stories" -- seven different levels you can sit on, really. It looks like it's about the height of a one-story building.
So, we can't help but ask … what's the point of this thing? I mean, it's neat but … why?
The answer, it turns out, is basically JUST CUZ.
Bureau A calls it a "mobile house-bia-hoi-kitchen-anything."
The architect told Dezeen that "The main purpose of this mobile device was to do a sort of humble 'performance' using local know-how and culture" -- whatever that means.
Or here's another stab at it from the architecture studio: