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iOhouse have built a luxurious fully off-grid living space for people who value privacy, design and nature, called the Space. All the utilities you need are integrated and completely autonomous, including water, electricity, heating and Wi-Fi. A smart device

Family-owned Frövi , known for blending a Scandinavian aesthetic with British craftsmanship, just launched the new Bamboo collection marking their commitment to sustainability. Bamboo by Frövi is a modular zoning system designed to add both functionality and efficiency to

After nearly two decades of building custom studios, Seattle-based Modern Shed founder Ryan Smith finally embarked on an idea he’d been tinkering with for years—a beautiful, off-grid dwelling that packs a surprising amount of functionality in a small and

‘a room for imagination’ by lina ghotmeh architecture is a zero carbon hotel room concept designed as a modular living space. part of the exhibition ‘hotel metropolis – since 1818’ in paris, the project envisions a multifunctional living space

Designed by Horticus, these modular living walls offer a stunning way to reconnect with nature by creating a vertical hanging garden indoors, no matter how small the space. The flexible system is completely adaptable, with a modular, hexagonal steel

in poznan, poland, wiercinski studio has used timber boxes and recycled shipping containers to define a temporary public space. designed for the kontenerart arts and culture initiative in 2019, the project occupies an area between the city’s old gasworks

studio puisto has completed a new modular cabin dubbed space of mind on a remote mountainside in porvoo, finland. highlighting flexibility, the cabin can be adapted to a variety of different uses — from a spare bedroom to a

As every professional in the building industry knows, construction can be a costly and endlessly time-consuming endeavor. Delays are almost more frequent than on-time construction, and can be induced by extensive bureaucratic requirements, weather and other unexpected circumstances, inadequate

as part of an international competition, leonidas papalampropoulos and georgia syriopoulou have designed a social housing concept for larnaca, cyprus . the project, which took 2nd prize, is called ‘ΜΕΣΟΤΟΙΧΙΕΣ’ or ‘party walls’, and it seeks to combine two

Global design practice Skidmore, Owings & Merrill have created a modular pop-up classroom in response to COVID-19. Called School/House , it was inspired by its traditional single-room namesake and responds to the key challenges of density, air circulation, and

following the success of its joshua tree residence , london-based whitaker studio envisions its ‘anywhere house.’ characterized as a cluster of faceted geometries, the dwelling is envisioned as a modular system which is could be easily transported and reproduced.

London studio Boano Prišmontas has created a prefabricated timber home office that can be built within a day, in response to the increased number of people working from home due to coronavirus . Named My Room in the Garden,

Could there be a simple solution to London ’s housing crisis? One that has been right under our noses — or, to be more accurate, just above our heads — all along? From this month, changes to the planning

bla design group proposes ‘shifting nests’, a sustainable housing solution for low-cost, flexible living in unaffordable cities. winner of the bee breeders microhome competition 2019, the project comprises a cluster of prefab micro-homes, each with a floor area of

lithuanian architectural practice ŠA atelier presents the portable ‘019 cabin ‘ designed to be constructed in workshop and brought to site. the structure was based on a modular system, in order to be reproductive and adaptable to different contexts.

french company posytec has just patented posyte, a polystyrene-based construction material made from oil waste offering innovative solutions in the field of construction with very interesting development prospects. these new blocks of expanded polystyrene will allow individuals to build

Britain's biggest “factory-built” council homes programme since the prefab construction boom of the Forties has been launched in east London. Greenwich council has signed a £300 million contract for the delivery of up to 750 new modular homes to

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