Pallets were recycled and placed on a housing facade for student residents without creating production byproducts. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
K Project is a minimalist housing complex located in Couëron, France, designed by Berranger & Vincent. This project aims to make a clear link between the rural landscape and the new residential neighbourhood. Small collective housing buildings line up beside one another along the street: simple, fragmented, with defined edges, carved by a set of “habitable” grooves. From these “habitable” grooves, or appropriable levels, one can have glimpses of the houses’ central communal space. Every residence is oriented East-West. The living areas, which are largely glazed, benefit from maximum daylight.
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Modern downtown Seattle condo by Garret Cord Werner created by merging two smaller condos into one.
Commissioned by the Province of Friesland, Oak (Onix and Achterbosch Architecture) has developed a road bridge that connects 2 districts of Sneek on either side of the A7 motorway. The bridge was designed for a municipality that wished to establish a new city marker along the motorway. Framework The Department of Public Works, the user of the bridge, stated that it wished to use more wood in its constructions.
Interesting retro / eclectic property designed by Pearson Design Group located in Sourdough, an unincorporated community in Sweet Grass County, Montana.
Scott Newkirk, a fashion stylist and interior designer, leads the usual hectic city life. He spends every weekend living off the grid at his 300-square-foot house in Yulan, New York. There’s no electricity or running water, no TV, no computer…
Soleta ZeroEnergy One is a self-sustainable home situated in the Romanian capital, Bucharest. It was designed by FITS – Foundation for Inventics and Sustainable Technologies.
Surrounded by nature, this modern mountain residence located in Montana was designed by Pearson Design Group.