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SPUD Group, PAD Studio and designer Stephen Turner have collaborated to create a space that can be tested out as a small shelter to stay in and use as a ‘lab’ for one year. The Exbury Egg, as they have titled it, was constructed with boat building techniques and houses only the essentials. A small stove, shower, desk and bed/hammock are there; while any means of electricity will all come from solar power.

SPUD Group, PAD Studio and designer Stephen Turner have collaborated to create a space that can be tested out as a small shelter to stay in and use as a lab for one year. The Exbury Egg, as they have titled it, was constructed with boat building techniq

Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY Constructs Self-Supported “Vaulted Willow” with Ultra-Thin Aluminum Shells

Commissioned by Edmonton Arts Council to construct an “architectural folly” in the Canadian city’s Borden Park, Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY realized a colorful pavilion — called “Vaulted Willow” — made with 721 aluminum stripes.

♀ Eco design green architecture sustainable style living Burnley Living Roofs by HASSELL

Designed by HASSELL, Burnley Living Roofs is the Melbourne University’s purpose-built, green roof technology research and teaching facility. Installed on the top of the Burnley Campus administrative building, the facility comprises three separate