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The Shelter Housing displaced people in an emergency is never easy, but designer Michel Antoun has an interesting take on providing shelter. His temporary housing unit is made from compressed wood panels and folds up into a cube for easy shipping. Once deployed at a disaster site one wall cleverly folds down, which in an instant both doubles the square footage of the shelter, and exposes solar cells to provide power.

Temporary Housing Units

The Shelter Housing displaced people in an emergency is never easy, but designer Michel Antoun has an interesting take on providing shelter. His temporary housing unit is made from compressed wood panels and folds up into a cube for easy shipping. Once deployed at a disaster site one wall cleverly folds down, which in an instant both doubles the square footage of the shelter, and exposes solar cells to provide power.

La Villa Boréale est un luxueux chalet à louer à Petite-Rivière-Saint-François dans la région de Charlevoix. Le chalet est à 10 minutes seulement du Massif de Charlevoix et de Baie-Saint-Paul

La Villa Boréale est un luxueux chalet à louer à Petite-Rivière-Saint-François dans la région de Charlevoix. Le chalet est à 10 minutes seulement du Massif de Charlevoix et de Baie-Saint-Paul

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

Earth Sheltered Home Concept | the space between could function as both courtyard and passageway

Earth Sheltered Home Concept | the space between could function as both courtyard and passageway

Next level tree house.

Daily Morning Awesomeness (25 Photos)

Next level tree house.

The Ring House & Atelier by MZ Architects http://www.world-architects.com/en/mz/projects-3/al_dana_tower-40304

The Ring House & Atelier by MZ Architects http://www.world-architects.com/en/mz/projects-3/al_dana_tower-40304

As urban architecture reaches ever-greater heights, a new generation of country homes seeks to preserve rural, often protected, landscapes by burrowing downwards. Dominic Bradbury reports on what lies (elegantly) beneath.

Bringing the house down

As urban architecture reaches ever-greater heights, a new generation of country homes seeks to preserve rural, often protected, landscapes by burrowing downwards. Dominic Bradbury reports on what lies (elegantly) beneath.

Summer Moon At Miyajima, Tsuchiya Koitsu (Japan, 1870 - 1949)

Summer Moon At Miyajima, Tsuchiya Koitsu (Japan, 1870 - 1949)

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