Think it isn’t possible to live comfortably off-the-grid in the Arctic Circle? Well, think again. Because the Hjertefølgers, a family of six, have been doing it for three years now, and they’re absolutely loving it.
Solar powered lamps are great, but they’re usually not pretty. That could be about to change very soon though.
The town of Hemel Hempstead, which is located about 24 miles from London, UK, might soon be home to the world’s most sustainable residential tower.
Turning micro spaces into cozy apartments seems to be the answer to the housing crisis in many cities across the world.
The firm Sprout Tiny Homes will be building a 200 house community in Salida, Colorado. The houses will be available for rent, while there will also be a number of communal features such as a gym, a restaurant, and more.
The Vietnamese firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects recently completed the so-called Binh House in Ho Chi Minh City.
A growing number of 18-34 year olds are nowadays more likely to live at home with their parents than on their own with a partner.
The firm Studio Lokal from Denmark has unveiled plans to build a very interesting tower in Copenhagen.
Norway is getting the so-called Bygda 2.0, or Village 2.0, which is a new sustainable development in a rural, seaside area of Norway.
Here is another van into home conversion done right. It was designed and created by builder, architect and entrepreneur Ross Lukeman who wished to enjoy the digital nomad life in style.
The new Banque Libano Francaise (BLF) building in Beirut, Lebanon will feature an interesting façade, which will also have the added benefit of keeping the inside temperature at a comfortable level.
Japan has very stringent building codes and high taxes on land, which means that most of the homes, especially in cities like Tokyo, get built on oddly-shaped lots.
In many large cities across the world, housing is hard to come by, so more and more people are finding ingenious solutions, which allows them to live big in small spaces.
While we have many options for recycling in developed areas of the world, such is not the case in remote, underdeveloped regions.
There is no longer any doubt left that finding more sustainable ways to live are crucial to ensure the continued survival of our planet.
The UK firm Architects of Invention has proposed the building of a tower, which was inspired by one of the Seven Wonders of the World, namely the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
The British architecture firm ZED Factory came up with a clever concept for a solar-powered home, which would be installed over existing parking lots to build sustainable communities and help combat the urban housing shortage.
Tiny Homes are without a doubt gaining in popularity, and their uses, as well as designs are, as a result, getting more and more interesting and ingenious.
Helly Scholten of Holland has been living in an experimental sustainable house with her family since June 2015.
Awhile back, architect Rolf Bruggink from Utrecht, Holland purchased a property on which stood an old, 1950s office building, and a coach house built in 1895.