Architects from the Anna & Eugeni Bach firm recently finished a very unique renovation of a Barcelona, Spain apartment.
It’s been kind of quiet in the sphere of 3D printing of buildings lately, but the new project recently completed in Dubai definitely shows promise for the concept.
Architect Nicolas Koff recently designed and built a modern and very sustainable home near Hamilton, Ontario.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a relaxing green oasis right in your living room, which you could retreat to whenever you wished to, come rain or shine?
We’ve seen a lot of tiny homes over the years, but what really sets this one apart is the seamless blending of the old and the new.
There are a lot of ways to get “back to nature” some of which are readily apparent, while others are more unique.
Putting wheels on pieces of furniture is not exactly a new idea, and I’m rather surprised not to see this type of solution employed by tiny home designers more often.
Not long ago, a team of architecture students from the Colorado Building Workshop built 14 cozy small cabins in Leadville, Colorado.
Downsizing makes a lot of sense not just for home owners, but also for business owners. The same question applies to both, namely how much space do we really need to live a good and productive life?
Homelessness is a broad and complex issue, but there is no arguing that addressing the basic need for shelter is one of the top priorities when trying to solve it.
Plastic bottles make up a huge proportion of waste on our planet, and recycling them properly should be a priority.
Tiny homes can quite easily feel cramped and a lot like living in a box, which is why good design and layout are so very important.
Hemp is a very versatile material, great for making a whole bunch of useful products. The firm Green Built of Albany, NY have now decided to use hemp to build a tiny home, mainly to raise awareness of the benefits of this building material in the US where it is still rather unknown.
Solar power farms are a great idea, but not all countries have enough land to build them in a sufficient size.
All sorts of ingenious little renewable charging devices are popping up lately, mainly since our energy consumption needs have shifted toward having to charge small gadgets, a task that can easily be handled by such devices.
The Canada-based firm Honomobo has recently unveiled a new line of prefab shipping container dwellings.
Italian Yacht-maker Jet Capsule has come up with a concept for a lovely floating home, which is fully self-sufficient.
Development Strategies, Inc and Alamo Architects, of Austin, TX, are the two firms behind the shipping container apartment complex, which was recently completed in Encinal, TX.
New York City will soon get it’s first passive house apartment building. The development is called Perch Harlem and will be built in a way that uses 80-90 percent less energy than traditionally constructed buildings.
The architecture firm LAAB of Hong Kong recently completed a renovation of a small apartment in the city.