Very nice structure glasshouse!
And in source very much amazing photos of the project! Don’t miss them!
Recycling can be fun. But then, how about picking up dump worthy stuff to make a living space? Possible. In case you are not convinced, we would like to show you Derek Diedricksen’s venture into that terrain. The 33-year old carpenter has excelled in making tiny houses from scavenged materials. And, if you are thinking of the budget, each house costs only $200 to build!
(Photo Frank Ooms Photography)
Porch House, with a uniquely adaptable design and construction process, enables its inhabitants to be a partner with the environment, in a house shaped by the climate and place, where the landscape and rooms are a unified whole. Like many of our firm’s celebrated designs, the Porch House is born from the simplicity of vernacular architecture and leverages what Lake|Flato has learned over the years in terms of good design, quality, sustainability, and practicality
(Photo Bill Aylor architect)
More photos and info http://www.lakeflatoporchhouse.com
Photos and text courtesy by Lake|Flato Architects
Sistema di pergole da esterni in alluminio laccato. Il pavimento interno è in NOWOOD realizzato con fibre vegetali e plastica. Tetto in rivestito esternamente di lamiera galvanizzata.
Info and source http://www.gandiablasco.com
Photos and text courtesy by Gandia Blasco S.A.
Located in San Francisco, this project ‘Parkside Garden’ by Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture
Tentsile was conceived as a portable habitation unit that maximises usable space while minimising materials usage.
By employing tension forces rather than using poles, the most comfortable and flexible range of accommodation can be achieved for a catalogue of different uses in every environment.
More info and photo http://www.tentsile.com
Photo and text courtesy by ©Copyright Tentsile Ltd 2012
a great job! As we like!
Transformation of an old garage into a 250 sq. ft. fully functioning living space with a sleeping loft. The majority of the fixtures and furnishing are custom built or salvaged, refurbished and repurposed by the designer/owner and additional trades people. The original structure was raised 4 feet, and square footage was added to the original footprint for the bathroom.
Via Benhammer with more photos before and after the transformation
Costruisci la città del futuro.
Shipping container house! On Enpundit
There are countless benefits to using shipping containers in architectural design. For starters, there are loads of them, they are easily transportable, you can stack them on top of one another, they are extremely durable, and they are quite cheap (you could pick up a used container for under $1000). Besides all this, shipping containers are also green. The only thing better than great design is great design using recycled materials.
Dal sogno alla realtà? Grazie a Baumraum, società tedesca operante anche in Italia potrete realizzare la casa sull’albero dei vostri sogni. Un team di esperti (architetti, carpentieri) vi aiuterà a progettare e realizzare il vostro nido con il massimo dell’attenzione al design, al comfort e soprattutto alla cura dell’albero e del paesaggio circostante seguendo la filosofia dedicata alla totale sostenibilità di Baumraum.
Photos and text courtesy by Arch. Paolo Scoglio per BAUMRAUM
More info and source http://www.baumraum.de
Contatto per l’Italia Arch. Paolo Scoglio (Denaldi, Architetture in Legno)
Arch. Paolo Scoglio
Denaldi Legnami sas
Strada San Giovannino, 2/D
15033 Casale Monferrato AL
Numero verde 800.21.70.31
Stealth Barn and other incredible projects by Carl Turner Architects.
More photos and projects on http://www.ct-architects.co.uk
Photographs by Tim Crocker and Jeremy Phillips.
Courtesy by Carl Turner Architects