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Signal Shed: A Modern Off-grid Signal Shed In Oregon

Prefab homes definitely produces low impact to the environment. Designed by Ryan Lingard, another eco-friendly structure was built in the wilderness near Joseph, Oregon. Hailed as the Signal Shed is packed with feature a person may need as they stay on this environment friendly home. It has the wood stove, metal roof, cedar rainscreen, reused windows, portable toilet, and operable shutters, which are good enough to make a resident feel comfortable as safe while staying in this pre-fab home. With roughly $10,000 amount of expenditure to complete this home, many are amazed of the unit’s design and features, but some felt it not worth the price. Take a closer look at the pictures and share your thoughts.

Signal Shed

Signal Shed

Signal Shed

Signal Shed

Signal Shed

Signal Shed

Source: Ryan Lingard via Jetson Green



Alila Villas Uluwatu with Its Exteriors Made From Recycled Woods by WOHA

Villas and rest houses are great and perfect for gatherings with family and friends. Alternatively, even just a simple getaway, villas are a great place to be. If you are one of those people who love nature and peaceful place to unwind and relax, have a look with the Alila Villas Uluwatu in Bali, Indonesia. In addition, eco-friendly people would surely love this villa because its exteriors are made from a mixture of recycled woods and bronze that allows the breeze to circulate yet maintains it privacy by partially shielding the occupants away from the prying eyes. With its plush beddings, Alila Villas looks contemporary whilst retaining the traditional Hindu-style shape.

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Alila Villas

Source: Alila Villas via Contemporist



Showing Some Care To The Sea Creatures Through Boot Illustrations

Too bad these boots are all sold out already. Designed in 2008 for the Greenpeace summer campaign 2008, this one of a kind boots has illustrations that shows the concept of protecting our sea creatures particularly the tuna from overfishing, through sea-reserves set-up. The boots will not only show some care to the sea creatures but also will surely help us save the environment because these are produced responsibly by using natural materials and uses no toxic-chemicals that will harm the environment. In addition, the boots looks cool with the illustrations on. It shows some artwork and it looks cute. Maybe this will be a perfect tool on a rainy season for kids and adult alike.

Boot

Via: Zeptonn



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