Architect Leo Qvarsebo from Sweden recently built a family vacation home by mainly using recycled materials.
The architecture firm OXO Architectes from Paris, working with Nicolas Laisné Associés, has recently presented their vision for a “vertical city” skyscraper, which they would like to build in the Sahara desert.
Here’s a unique floating house idea. The Kleindienst Group developer firm is set to build 42 floating homes as part of the Heart of Europe development in Dubai.
One of the best things about shipping container architecture is that you can go as small or as large as you like.
Water shortage is becoming a noticeable problem in a lot of areas of the world due to climate change and over population.
The Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has recently constructed an on-site classroom, called the SEEDclassroom.
It’s always nice to see businesses taking steps to go green. Diageo, the company that manufactures the world famous Guinness beer, has recently opened a new brewhouse, which has been awarded the LEED Platinum certification.
The fast food company Taco Bell has unveiled a new restaurant at this year’s SXSW in Austin, TX. What sets this one apart is the fact that it was constructed entirely out of shipping containers.
A couple of weeks ago a tiny NYC apartment was transformed to make the most of the available space and provide very comfortable living for the owners.
Tents are one of the oldest forms of shelter in the world, and architect Hiroshi Nakamura and NAP studio of Japan were inspired to recreate it in a more permanent way.
Architect Todd Miller of Oregon Cottage Company recently designed this awesome Japanese architecture inspired tiny home.
The Newark, NJ-based Cor-10 Concepts LLC and the nonprofit organization Community Asset Preservation Corp.
Decommissioned shipping containers are proving very useful in architecture, as I’m sure everyone is aware of by now.
Designer and builder Andrew Michler recently built a passive home for himself near Fort Collins, Colorado, which is made from either naturally regenerative or recyclable materials, and by using the Cradle to Cradle methodology.
The Seattle-based non-profit organization Sawhorse Revolution is currently raising funds to sponsor the building of a “moveable eco-village” to house the city’s homeless.
The company Roots Up has come up with an innovative greenhouse solution, which can be used in arid, desert areas where rainwater is scarce.
Floating homes require an ingenious design and some adaptation to not living on solid ground. This little floating home, located in Oregon’s Willamette River houseboat community, is a great example of just how functional and cozy a floating home can be.
The company LivingHomes has launched their first sustainable, LEED platinum prefab home back in 2013.
A while ago we reported that IKEA was collaborating with the UNHCR (the UN Refugee Agency) to create an easy to construct and affordable refugee shelter.
Seattle, Washington resident Candice Ding built a tiny home for herself and her elderly mother. She decided to take on the project, after they were not approved for a senior’s apartment.