Screens made out of raw concrete pipes provide privacy for this chic modern home
Cyprus-based architects Varda Studio are proving that industrial chic can be sustainable. The designers have just unveiled an amazing home exterior completely made out of hundreds of stacked concrete tube pipes. The AB Residence uses the massive concrete wall to provide privacy as well as diffuse natural light and ventilation to the elongated home, which also includes a wraparound veranda and water corridor.
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How to Build a Tiny House: The Robins Nest by Brevard Tiny House Co.
In this post I get to show you the basics of how to build a tiny house on wheels. The Brevard Tiny House Company is working on their second project called Robins Nest. This is a tiny home on a trai…
Room Dividers from Buzzispace
These felt room dividers have a certain simplicity and elegance that makes them both a great high-end design and an inspiring template for a DIY project. Created by UK-based Buzzispace, the "Buzziscreen" and "Buzzizone" dividers are made from a core of biodegradable board material covered in felt, with panels attached together by that brilliant invention—the zipper!
xactly one year ago the main act of a crazy little journey called POC21 ended at the Millemont Castle 40 minutes west of Paris . Invited by OuiShare and OpenState 200 makers designers and social innovators from over the world gathered for a 5-week innovation camp an extreme co-creation event that fits somewhere between a very long hackathon a all-inclusive maker hostel and a hippie commune (watch read). The goal was to prototype 12 open hardware products for sustainable living and make them…