Cradle-to-cradle (C2C) is a way of designing products or processes that work more like natural systems.
The Pod, described as a “love letter to Tasmania,” is a 430sq-ft tiny home located in Tasmania, Australia comprised of two pods merged together with an overhead row of skylights.
Nowadays almost everything is being 3D printed, so why should architecture be an exception? Many architectural firms are adopting 3D printing as their preferred technique to build structures.
Craftsmanship ought to be seen as something that is always evolving and that, with the help of high-tech tools, should be central to society.
Measuring 150 square feet, this bright, compact dwelling on wheels includes an incredible shower and skylights.
Phase Dance is a weekend home located in a dense forest in Shizuoka, Japan, on a sloped piece of property.
A tiny house is no problem with this family of three, thanks to some ingenious pieces of multifunctional furniture.