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The Unique Small House by Plan B Architects in Clyde

Using the pre-existing materials found in the ruined structure, the small house that Plan B Architects was the challenge face by them in overcoming the contingencies of a restrictive architectural program, to create innovative solutions. With the said pre-existing materials, the company was able to create a modern and innovative house that surprisingly reconciles the effectiveness of its aesthetic constructive dimension to the term. Part of the walls of the house uses used slabs of cork to the surface and finished by sheets of polycarbonate cellular to ensure an effective thermal insulation and ventilation as well which is a good feature of the house.

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Source: Plan B Architecture via A Barriga De um arquitecto



Vertical Park: Eco-friendly Skyscraper

Eco-friendly, sustainable, solar powered and so on are just a few and probably the most common features of an eco-friendly architecture. However, the Vertical Park is entirely different and I must say it stands out amongst them. Being an eco-friendly stackable skyscraper is new to me. It might be existing way back then but I must admit this is the first time I have heard about it. Designed by Jorge Hernandez de la Garza for Mexico, the vertical park is made up of a series of stacking units, a solar powered one, houses sky-gardens and recycles all of its own water. Amazing!

Vertical Park

Vertical Park

Vertical Park

Source: Inhabitat



Husmus By Muungano

Recycling has never been so cute with the Husmus by Muungano. Husmus, which means housemouse is a set of containers that are designed for the purpose of collecting household recycling. They come in different sizes that fits under any kitchen cupboards. Comes in different colors, the Husmus is also made from recycled plastics that are held together with plastic rivets. Looking at the product’s illustration, the Husmus is easy to install and can be flat packed for easy transportation. Since made of recycled plastic, the Husmus itself is presumably recyclable as well. This cute little recycling material will cost each user between 15-22.50 Euros.

Husmus

Husmus

Husmus

Husmus

Husmus

Husmus

Husmus

Husmus

Husmus

Husmus

From: Muungano via Dezeen



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