The firm Arcgency from Copenhagen, Denmark, has recently designed and built a shipping container office which takes into account the advantages and disadvantages of using containers as primary building materials. The office is called Made to be Moved, since it can be easily taken apart and reassembled in a new location, and it is recycled as well as recyclable.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could just buy one box and it was enough to furnish an entire room or small apartment? For people who move a lot, and especially college students the answer is probably a yes. And that is exactly what Room in a Box offers.
Designers Maria Roca and Erika Biarnes of the firm Be-elasticto from Barcelona, Spain, created an innovative set of metal clips, which can be clipped on to any type of flat material to create a table, or another type of flat piece of furniture. The creation is called Snap and at first glance resembles oversized paper clips. […]
Dune House is located on the Terschelling island in Holland and was designed by Marc Koehler Architects. It stands on the beach and blends in perfectly with the surrounding dunes and tufts of grass. The home is also eco-friendly and sustainable.
The so-called Steampunk Adventure Home is the creation of the company Maximus Extreme Living Solutions from Utah. It is quite a leap from the typical tiny homes we are used to seeing and the steampunk additions really work to make it unique.
Foster Huntington is a blogger and wanderer who has spent the last four years on the road, living the nomadic life in his van. Now, however, he has decided to settle down and has built a unique treehouse complex to do just that in. The unique and gorgeous complex features two platforms, while there is also a skate park attached to it. […]