via www.cargotecture.com This little shipping container house called “The Nomad” was designed for Sunset Magazine by Seattle-Based HyBrid Architecture. The home’s shell is a used 24 foot shipping container that provides 192 sq. ft. of interior living space and can sleep four people. The house has a galley kitchen, a bathroom and several exterior openings.
One of three natural structures explored, to investigate how nature's design influences all aspects of modern day design, research and our future development. Outcome is a selection of hand-woven fabrics to be used in architectural spaces and interior de…
This space is created by opening the space between the studs in the wall. Small, skinny spot, but look at all of the fabulous storage with small pantry items that take forever to find - a great idea to steal space and have a big impact. via Design Sponge
Take this exact same space, and do one thing to it...subtract the plants. How bland is that? They liven up the space, make it feel fresh, and soften the sweeping lines in the space. Beautiful. Panoramic Garden - SADAR + VUGA