Transformer Wall Saves Space

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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…)

By |October 21st, 2015|Modern design|0 Comments

Modular Housing for the Homeless of Dublin


Modular housing has a number of advantages, such as speed, affordability and ease of construction, which makes it ideal for use as housing for the homeless. Due to this, the Dublin Region Homeless Executive (DRHE), has decided to start advocating that modular houses be used to house the city’s homeless, the number of which has been growing. (more…)

By |October 16th, 2015|MODULAR HOMES|0 Comments

Small Yet Cozy Student Accommodation


As it is in many cities across the globe, living space in Hong Kong can get expensive. This is especially true and problematic when you are still in school. However, for those staying at Campus Hong Kong, this is less of a problem. (more…)

By |October 14th, 2015|Modern architecture|0 Comments

Safer and Better Roof Alternative for Low Income Families


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…)

By |October 12th, 2015|Prefab|0 Comments

Build Your Own Solar Power Concentrator


Go.Sol has just released a free solar concentrator construction guide, which can be used to easily build a 0.5kW solar concentrator that has a mirrored surface area of about 1 square meter, using only locally available materials. This is part of their initiative to eradicate energy poverty and breaking down the barriers to solar power access. (more…)

By |October 8th, 2015|Green Tech|0 Comments

World’s Largest 3D Printer


Big Delta is a 3D printer created by the Italian engineering company WASP (World’s Advanced Saving Project) and what sets it apart from other printers is it’s sheer size. It’s 40 feet (12 m) tall and was created with the purpose of rapidly building nearly free housing using local naturally occurring materials. (more…)

By |October 6th, 2015|Green Tech|0 Comments