Flake House By OLGGA Architects

French designer OLGGA Architects will present a green house design called the Flake House at the festival Estuaire 2009 in Nantes, France Next month, which will run from June 5 to August 16, a two-piece transportable cabin made of logs. I presume, logs used in this green shelter especially in the back part of the house are those cutouts and leftovers from furniture makers that is why I consider it as an eco-friendly one. Looking at the photos, the Flake House has a smooth interior finish making it modern in appearance. I find it perfect as a temporary shelter for I haven’t found some washroom or bathroom in this house.

Flake House

Flake House

Flake House

Flake House

Flake House

Flake House

Flake House

Flake House

Flake House

Flake House

Source: Dezeen


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