The Zoku Loft is a 269 square foot (25 sq m) micro apartment, which is unique in that it can act as both a home as well as a home office.
Pod Plants, as this innovative vertical garden is called, was designed and created by Chris Wilkins from Australia.
The company Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses of Colorado has just unveiled their newest tiny home creation called Front Range.
Shortly after World War 2 the French architect Jean Prouvé designed the so-called demountable house, which was to be used as temporary housing for all those who lost their homes during the war.
Ibuku, a team of designers and builders headed by Elora Hardy in Bali make houses out of bamboo, one of the most sustainable, versatile and strongest materials available.
Shipping container architecture is sweeping the world and capturing the imagination of individuals looking to build their home, business trying to revamp their headquarters, and everyone in between.
The company Dyson has come up with an efficient LED bulb, which they claim can last 37 years. Apparently this innovation comes down to the much better cooling technology that they have developed which greatly extends the lifespan of the bulbs.
About two years ago, Canadian couple Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives were stuck in the proverbial rat race, working long hours to make ends meet and be able to support their traditional lifestyle.
Isabella Mori of Vancouver, BC recently moved into her brand new tiny home. The move was spurned by the rising rents in Vancouver.
A skyscraper made of wood is the Michael Green Architects of Vancouver, BC entry into the Réinventer Paris competition.
The Ecoshelta is a modular building system designed by architect Stephen Sainsbury of Canberra, Australia.
Sandibe Okavango is an eco-hotel, which was recently constructed on a UNESCO World Heritage site in the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
A team of students at the REALM Charter High School in Berkeley, CA built a solar-powered tiny house as a school project.
The firm Arcgency from Copenhagen, Denmark, has recently designed and built a shipping container office which takes into account the advantages and disadvantages of using containers as primary building materials.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could just buy one box and it was enough to furnish an entire room or small apartment?
Designers Maria Roca and Erika Biarnes of the firm Be-elasticto from Barcelona, Spain, created an innovative set of metal clips, which can be clipped on to any type of flat material to create a table, or another type of flat piece of furniture.
Dune House is located on the Terschelling island in Holland and was designed by Marc Koehler Architects.
The so-called Steampunk Adventure Home is the creation of the company Maximus Extreme Living Solutions from Utah.
Foster Huntington is a blogger and wanderer who has spent the last four years on the road, living the nomadic life in his van.
It’s always nice to see recycled materials being used to build homes, and when it’s done with tiny homes it’s even more commendable.