Sintex -Workspace ergonomic rules - So that you can only move with any freedom if you are sitting down? This looks sort of evil! I can't still figure out why leave that gap between two tables if it is clearly impossible for anyone to walk past it without squeezing, and if you back your chair, you have barely enough to stand up... I hope people don't follow this sort of thing.

Sintex -Workspace ergonomic rules - So that you can only move with any freedom if you are sitting down? This looks sort of evil! I can't still figure out why leave that gap between two tables if it is clearly impossible for anyone to walk past it without

The Musgum, an ethnic group in north Cameroon, create homes from compressed sun-dried mud. http://kingshabit.tumblr.com/post/1260068740/the-musgum-an-ethnic-group-in-far-north-province.

Musgum Mud Huts

Building a Musgum House in Cameroon. Musgum earth home, a traditional home of the Musgum people in Far North, Cameroon, Africa

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archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas - designedbytparsons: Re-Industrial Devolution .

70 domes houses, which were built by U.S. based Domes for the World, for villagers who lost their houses to an earthquake in Sumberharjo village, near Indonesia's ancient city of Yogyakarta.

Unique Homes

70 dome houses, which were built by U. based Domes for the World, for villagers who lost their houses to an earthquake in Sumberharjo village, near Indonesia's ancient city of Yogyakarta.

Roll it Experimental Housing /  University of Karlsruhe

Roll it Experimental Housing / University of Karlsruhe

In 1929 the first working conference of CIAM (Congrès International d’Architecture Moderne) was held in Frankfurt, focusing international attention on the city’s ambitious housing program. This poster advertised an exhibition about attempts to define the minimum habitable dwelling that featured plans submitted by modernist delegates from many different countries, all drawn to the same scale. Ernst May’s minimalist floor plan for houses on Frankfurt’s Praunheim estate, which included the…

In 1929 the first working conference of CIAM (Congrès International d’Architecture Moderne) was held in Frankfurt, focusing international attention on the city’s ambitious housing program. This poster advertised an exhibition about attempts to define the minimum habitable dwelling that featured plans submitted by modernist delegates from many different countries, all drawn to the same scale. Ernst May’s minimalist floor plan for houses on Frankfurt’s Praunheim estate, which included the…

Roll It, a cool experimental house, resulted from the collaboration among different institutes within the University of Karlsruhe. This cyclindrical design is a modular prototype that provides flexible space within a minimum housing unit. Three different sections are dedicated to different functional needs: there’s a bed and table in section, an exercise cylinder, and a kitchen with a sink.

Rollit Homes - change the structure of the house by walking to rotate it like a mouse wheel

Jean Maneval - Six-Shell Bubble House (1963-4) - Used to equip an experimental holiday village set in Gripp in the Hautes-Pyrenees, the ensemble was made up of twenty identical “bubble-houses”, factory-built. They required minimum installation at the building-site and which, thanks to their shape and their colour (white, green, brown), blended perfectly with the landscape. Today, one house is part of a collection of the Vitra Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, in Saint Etienne (France).

The Maison Bulle à Six Coques (which literally translates to “Six-Shell Bubble House”) presented in France’s Salon Des Arts Ménagers in by Jean Maneval

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