Work From Home in Style and Sustainability

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Even when you work from home, it’s important to have your own workspace or office, which is separated from the rest of the living areas. Still, it’s sometimes hard to have that, especially when living small. But architect Petr Stolín from the Czech Republic came up with a very clever way to achieve this work/living separation. (more…)

By |June 20th, 2017|Modern design|1 Comment

Former Offices Turned Into Studio Apartments

Repurposing and renovating old, disused buildings is still one of the most sustainable forms of architecture. So it is always nice to see such projects being successfully completed, as is the case with this old office building in Lisbon, Portugal, which has been turned into an apartment complex by the local firm Waataa. The offices were transformed into cozy and functional studio apartments, which feature clever multipurpose furniture in order to maximize the available space. (more…)

By |June 16th, 2017|Green Building|0 Comments

Geodesic Biodomes are Sustainable and Very Cool

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The company Biodomes of Romania recently unveiled their lineup of dome homes, which can function completely independently of the grid, and can withstand high winds and severe earthquakes. There are many possible uses for these domes, such as serving as a full time home, cabin, greenhouse, garden shed, guesthouse and more.

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By |June 14th, 2017|Modern design|0 Comments

Comfortable and Surprisingly Spacious Tiny House

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The recently completed NestHouse, built by Jonathan Avery of Tiny House Scotland is quite possibly all a tiny home should be. It’s modern, spacious and cozy, and would fit perfectly into any environment. Living in a tiny home is all about enjoying life to the fullest without the clutter, and NestHouse offers all of that and more.

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By |June 13th, 2017|Modern design|0 Comments

Mobile Home and Hostel Made From a Bus

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Converting a disused bus into a house gives a whole new meaning to living in a mobile home and we’ve seen quite a few awesome examples lately. This latest one is not only a home, but also a mobile hostel, which travels around the best skiing and snowboarding spots in Europe. It was built by Valerie Cook and Tim Boffe of Let’s Be Nomads. They will be travelling across Europe in it for the next 3 years, together with their toddler daughter and their dog. (more…)

By |June 9th, 2017|Modern design|0 Comments

Quirky Renovation of a Micro Apartment

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When it comes to making tiny spaces more livable and comfortable, there have already been many clever solutions developed. But this apartment has some surprises in store. It was designed for photographer Brendan McInerney by Joseph Chiarucci of Fort Design Build, and it features an actual catwalk as a space saving feature. Dangerous? Maybe. But it’s also quite clever.
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By |June 6th, 2017|Modern design|0 Comments