Wanderer Builds a Unique Tree house


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. (more…)

By |June 10th, 2015|Modern design|1 Comment

Salvaged Trailer Turned Into a Tiny Home


It’s always nice to see recycled materials being used to build homes, and when it’s done with tiny homes it’s even more commendable. Ron Rusnak from Ashland, Oregon recently did just that. He turned a decommissioned trailer into a tiny home. He then sold it on Craigslist for $36,500 to a homeowner from Portland.


By |June 9th, 2015|Modern design|2 Comments

Shipping Container Business Complex Goes up in London


Pop Brixton is a local business campus, which will soon open its doors in London, UK. It will house independent start-ups and small businesses from the area and the project managers estimate that it will create about 200 jobs by supporting around 80 local entrepreneurs, as well as create 12 apprenticeships being paid by the London Living Wage. (more…)

By |June 8th, 2015|Container Design|0 Comments

Another Awesome Tiny Home


The tiny home built by Shelley and Joshua is yet another example of how spacious a small home can be. They’ve equipped their 224-square-foot tiny home with a spacious kitchen, full bathroom, and a sleeping area that has adequate headroom.


By |June 4th, 2015|Green Building|0 Comments

Fully Functioning Floating House Made of Shipping Containers


Looking at the pictures of this home, it’s hard to believe it is actually a floating home and not some clever photoshoping. This so-called Floating House was designed and built by Steve and Nick Tidball of the ,TBWA Advertising agency and it is currently floating on the Thames in London, UK.


By |June 3rd, 2015|Container Design|2 Comments

Awesome Office Conversion Using Pallets


Pallets are sturdy and abundant, and therefore a great material for upcycling to meet a number of architecture and design needs. A Tokyo based firm Hiroki Tominaga Atelier recently used them in a unique office space renovation. What’s more, they were able to do so without the end result looking like a DIY project.


By |June 1st, 2015|Modern design|1 Comment