A lot of people are starting to prefer living in small apartments in cities, rather than large houses out in the suburbs. But with increased demand, the rents have also gone up, so clever space saving solutions are very much sought after. (more…)
This interesting building is actually the winning entry into the so-called Finlandia Prize for Architecture, which is organized in Finland. The building is called Puukuokka and was designed by the OOPEAA Office for Peripheral Architecture and build out of Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT).
Extended families living together in apartments are often faced with a lack of adequate space. This is exactly what PKMN Architectures tried to avoid in designing Casa MJE, which is located in Spain. Since the space they worked on was small, they wanted to make sure that not a single inch went to waste. (more…)
Families from the poorest regions of the world more often than not cover their already lacking homes with corrugated metal roofs. It’s a low cost solution, but in most cases doesn’t prevent leaks, and certainly has very little insulation value. (more…)