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Cottage in a Day by Michael Fitzhugh

Cottage in a day is another prefabricated and eco-friendly house designed by architect Michael Fitzhugh. The house has a rustic look but has a modern and elegantly designed. Each modules of the house are 14-square foot each, which made it easy to assemble into different set-ups. With the feature the Cottage in a Day has, it is now very easy and possible to create a good shelter on weekends during family outing or you can even have it as your permanent house in rural areas. The best feature of this house is that, its window and flooring is made of bamboo that made it an eco-friendly one.

Cottage in a Day

Cottage in a Day

Cottage in a Day

Cottage in a Day

Cottage in a Day

Source: Michael Fitzhugh via Inhabitat



Consorcio Building Concepcion by Enrique Browne

Another eco-friendly building has been built in the rainy City of Concepcion, Chile. Despite of it located in the busy streets of San Martin, the Consorcio Building became one of the best green attraction in Concepcion because of its mature climbing plants that serves as protection from the sun in the East, North and West part of the building. In addition, the wonderful design of the building includes tall and large windows that allow a relaxing view towards the hills of Concepcion, but has the ability to block the sight of the haphazard roofs of the city. The building also has a great horizontal cantilever that protects the western sun of the building.

Consorcio Building

Consorcio Building

Consorcio Building

Consorcio Building

Consorcio Building

Consorcio Building

Source: Enrique Browne y Asociados Arquitectos via Arch Daily



Solar Impulse: A Solar Powered Plane

Eco-friendly vehicles are becoming a trend to many of the environment friendly designers of today. We have heard a lot about solar powered ship, car, bicycle, and now a solar powered plane is catching our attention. Solar Impulse is a solar powered plane that has just made its first complete flight in Switzerland. The short flight over the Dubendorf Airfield is very short and lasted for only 350 meters with an altitude of one meter. The team creating the solar impulse is still subject to do a lot of work to make the plane enable to make a 36-hour flight allowing the plane to do its around the world journey successfully.

Solar Impulse

Solar Impulse

Solar Impulse

Solar Impulse

Source: Solar Impulse via Inhabitat



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