A “greener” future, in which recycled paper and cardboard are used not only to create art, but also to build habitable structures. Is this really possible?
The promoters of Cartasia – Lucca Biennale (in Lucca until September 27th) certainly believe so and with the presentation of the architectural structure built by students and professors from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Tongji (Shanghai) symbolically launched a new section of the biennial, which will be developed over the next editions: a section entirely dedicated to architecture, studies, research and projects that see paper and cardboard as protagonists of new housing solutions.
In the Indian city of Mumbai, there are a huge number of informal settlements, which in fact, subtly provide great lessons in resourcefulness, multi-tasking, adaptability, ingenuity, and resourcefulness. This mammoth […]
Check out how we optimized the space of a small loft (26m2) and turned it into a fully functional home furnished with pieces entirely made from reused, recyclable or sustainable sourced natural materials.
Hobbit Houses! Actually, they are Earthships! An earth-ship is an unique type of house which grows food, produces energy, cleans water, moderates temperature, and turns trash into treasure! Have you […]