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Five-Star Luxe Container Hotel in China

Halfway across the globe in a rural village outside of Changzhi in China, a developer was inspired by emergency housing made with shipping containers in Japan and decided to build a five-star hotel out of them, according to CNN Go.  The hotel — 香箱乡祈福所, which apparently translates as Xiang Xiang Xiang Pray House — was built with 35 new containers and includes 21 tiny, luxe guest rooms of either 161 or 321 square feet each.

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Zola Unveils New Passivehaus Windows

Zola European Windows recently sent us a press release with information about their new array of windows and doors made in a CAD/CAM facility in Europe.  The company is owned by Florian Speier, a Swiss architect and Certified Passive House Consultant, and headquartered in Colorado to serve U.S. and Canadian customers.  The aim is to provide products that are durable, energy-efficient, airtight, beautiful, and affordable.

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BrickBox is a Flat Pack Plywood Bookshelf

This is an inventive design for a shelf/storage solution that fits the occasion.  Called BrickBox, the modular system is designed and manufactured in Barcelona by Antxon Salvador and Roger Zanni.  BrickBox can be used for storage — assemble and stack — or transport — pack and grab a handle — and comes in two sizes: 10.6″ x 10.6″ x 14.2″ (small) and 21.3″ x 10.6″ x 14.2″ (large).  Fair Companies featured the design in a recent video, which could help propel the company outside of Europe and into the U.S.  BrickBox is searching for an American distributor right now.  Pricing is between ~$40 – $60 per box.

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