Buying second hand stuff, especially at websites like eBay, has some disadvantages. For instance, you cannot try or feel the product you plan to buy beforehand. Albert Richters, a student at the Delft University of Technology, invented an ‘eBay Pavilion’ to be built in Rotterdam.
Richters designed a smart physical, real life place to buy and sell used products, as a modern version of the flea market inspired by the Internet. The project perfectly fits in the sellsuming trend. Check out the video below to see the design. eBay Pavilion part starts at 1:45.