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The Crib | An Enviresponsible Shelter

The Crib is a new concept that they’re calling "enviresponsible” — a miniature prefab that can be used as a weekend cabin, a backyard office, studio or guest house, yoga house or weekend retreat. The Crib includes a smal entry deck space acessed through an aluminumand insulated glass garage door that allows a connection between the interior of the crib and the landscape. You can choose from 2 models.




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THE LIVING CUBE

One for the DIY lovers. The Living Cube is a homemade project by Till Konneker. After moving into a small apartment studio without storage room, Till decided to build a minimalist cube design with a shelf for his vinyl collection, his TV, clothes and shoes.  It also features a guest bed on the top, and, open up the cube to find plenty of storage space. How cool is that? via...
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BLAZE TOWER

Built in a Kansas workshop, this is a true Made in America product called the Blaze Tower. They have brought together the best parts of a fire pit, charcoal grill, and wood smoker to a single brag-worthy centerpiece to any backyard or outdoor space. This is the ultimate outdoor essential, and the natural beauty of its raw steel suits any surroundings. Blaze Towers are precision cut from heavy duty steel and are designed to last a lifetime in the great outdoors, agin...
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PROTOHAUS

Protohaus is a 125 sq ft timber trailer home! ProtoHaus is a timber frame or `stick built´ house that was constructed with emphasis on sustainability, functionality, and aesthetics. It is fabricated primarily from recycled and reclaimed materials. A solar and wind system power the house allowing it to be off grid. The Protohaus is 22´ long and it’s 8´ 6´wide, making it 125 square feet inside without including the 9´ by 7´6" sleeping loft....
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