Tagged: eco building design

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A Multi-Story Urban Treehouse in Turin, Italy

Designed by Luciano Pia, this incredible treehouse located in “a small forest” of Turin, Italy. With an attempt to evade Turin’s homogeneous urban scene and integrate life into the facade of the residential building,...

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Skit: Micro Home Designed for One Person Usage

Created by Dachi Papuashvili, Skit is a new micro home project designated for one person usage. In Papuashvili’s mind, Skit is best used for churchmen and laymen for long term living or serve for...

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Eco Perch: Beautiful Green Retreat by Blue Forest

Created by East Sussex-based architecture and construction firm Blue Forest, the eco-PERCH concept is assembled with natural materials and can be implemented within 5 days. It’s natural, organic geometry maximizes the relationship between the...

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Beautiful Nature Surrounded Under Pohutukawa Beach House

The mesmerizing Under Pohutukawa Residence was designed by Auckland-based studio Herbst Architects and is a two story beach house nestled exquisitely under and around a dense Pohutukawa grove near the beach. The architecture takes...

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ECO-CLIFF: Skyscrapers for Animal?

The “ECO-CLIFF” is purposed by Hila Davidpu, Tal Gazit, Eli Gotman, and Hofi Harari recently, which is a revolutionary tower that will serve as a nesting ground for thousands of migrating birds as well...

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Creative Stairs House from Japan

Stairs House is a beach-side residential home in Shimane Prefecture, Japan that was designed by y+m design office. It was completed last year for two teaching parents and their kids who wanted a space...

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Invisible Treehouse Hotel.Get close to Nature!

The ‘treehotel‘ is set to open this weekend. located in harads, Sweden about 60 km south of the arctic circle – currently consisting of four rooms: the cabin, the blue cone, the nest and...

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11 Futuristic Eco Buildings

What will the world look like in the future? Will we retreat to floating homes and cities because of rising water levels? Will we live under the ground due to the polluted environment? Or...