Lovely Tiny Cabin on Wheels


The so-called Collingwood cabin was created by the Canadian builder Güte. It was inspired by shepherd wagons of the past, while it also bears all the hallmarks of a camper, and a modern tiny home. It’s mostly made of wood, and can sleep a whole family, so it’s a great choice for any eco-conscious glamping enthusiast. (more…)

By |March 2nd, 2016|Modern design|0 Comments

Student Housing Made From Shipping Containers


There has been a bit of a lull in shipping container housing projects lately, though it seems the trend is still alive and well. The Danish firm CPH Containers are planning to build affordable student housing using repurposed shipping containers. (more…)

By |February 25th, 2016|CONTAINER HOMES|0 Comments

Luxury Home With a Small Footprint


Australia-based Austin Maynard Architects have recently completed a luxury home in Melbourne called That House. It’s ultra modern and very sustainable, with a footprint of about half that of the surrounding houses. The home is also powered by solar energy, and features a rainwater collection system. (more…)

By |February 23rd, 2016|Modern architecture|0 Comments

Home That Moves with the Sun


Adding solar panels to your roof is great, but they can’t harvest the sun’s energy at all times of the day. Or can they? Casas em Movimento (which translates to Moving Houses), solve this problem since they are designed to move with the sun, much like the sunflower does. (more…)

By |February 20th, 2016|Modern design|1 Comment

A Cool New Tiny Home From Escape


The tiny house making firm Escape, has built quite a few very innovative houses, many of which we also covered on this blog. They’ve come a long way and their latest tiny home creation, called Vista, is jam packed with features and has a very well-designed layout. (more…)

By |February 15th, 2016|Modern design|0 Comments

Net Zero Prefab That Can be Built in Just Three Days


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Unity Homes has recently unveiled a prefab home, which is sustainable yet still made to last for at least as long as traditionally constructed homes. The home has a number of certifications, including LEED v4 Platinum, while it is also net-zero energy and can be constructed on site in three days or less. It is also fitted with the largest number of Cradle to Cradle (C2C) certified building products used in a residential project to date. (more…)

By |February 2nd, 2016|PREFABRICATED HOMES|4 Comments