Designed by a couple’s daughter, the Tree House was built by Ryan Street Architecture Studio to provide a fun and rugged, forested escape from the family’s main residence. The imagination of children never ceases to inspire. Brimming with daydreams, children are constantly drawing up sketches and coming up with zany ideas. Inspired by the drawings… Continue reading This floating treehouse perched on steel stilts was inspired by the family’s young daughter’s sketch!
The Dyppezone is a modular, open-air bath that’s easily disassembled and movable throughout the harbor, bringing cold water basins in the winter and children’s pools in the summer. If you live in a city with a body of water, chances are you’ve felt that spontaneous urge to just jump into the harbor or lake on… Continue reading This modular open-air pool can be disassembled and moved throughout Copenhagen’s harbor!
Kingfisher is a tiny home from the New Zealand-based tiny home company, Build Tiny, that doesn’t feel so tiny on the inside, featuring room for a full kitchen, shower and bath, dining area, living room, and two-bedroom loft. Few topics are hotter right now than off-grid, tiny living. After spending so much time in our… Continue reading This tiny home features an open-plan layout and solar system for off-grid living!
Inspired by the local area’s rich cultural and indigenous histories, the Qaammat Fjeld Pavilion built by Konstantin Ikonomidis is a public installation made from transparent glass bricks located between two fjords in Sarfannguit, Greenland. Nature has been the ultimate source of inspiration to designers and architects for centuries. While its sheer power and unpredictability are… Continue reading This almost-transparent public installation inspired by Greenland’s indigenous culture is constructed from glass bricks!
Grand-Pic Chalet is a lofty cottage located in Austin, Quebec, where the surrounding ferns and birchwood trees inspired the home’s design and construction process. Austin is a small, quaint, and forested town on the western shore of Lake Memphremagog in the Estrie region of Quebec, Canada. Known for its panoramic lake and mountain views, Austin… Continue reading A cottage in the woods inspired by the surrounding trees reaches lofty heights with it’s open-plan layout!
Sustainable architecture is how we can make a large impact on the collective carbon footprint as residents and also for the construction industry which is the leader for carbon emissions. The more sustainable structures we have, the faster we can take bigger chunks of carbon away rather than just using less plastic for one essential… Continue reading This modern tiny home is all about harvesting & using water sustainably!
Cabin A24 is a prefabricated tiny cabin measuring 21-square-meters that comes with all the necessary amenities to enjoy a quick respite amidst the forest’s trees and mountain valleys. When we’re camping or traveling through forested mountains, there’s always that one cabin in the distance, perched above the valley, all by itself, in its own corner… Continue reading This tiny pentagonal cabin boasts of all the modern amenities needed to stay cozy through the holidays!
VMD (Vivienda Minima de Descanso) from STUDIOROCA is a line of prefabricated tiny homes built from disused shipping containers in Mexico, with an interior equipped with off-grid capabilities and simple luxuries. These days, everyone’s downsizing. Tiny homes have become the answer to our neverending quest for a smaller carbon footprint and campers bring us that… Continue reading This line of prefab tiny homes built from disused shipping containers proves that less is more!