This house pendant is an innovative concept created by the architects Czech Uhlik Architekti, formed by architects Petr Uhlik, Jan SORM and Premysl Jurak.
The house, called Forest Retreat, is built with a diagonal shape, the upper part rests on a giant boulder.
It carried out starting from two huge water tanks and a few other materials, for the most part recycled, Taku-Tanku is a small portable home simple and quick to construct.
"Taku-Tanku", can accommodate two or three people, could potentially be used as a shelter, say its creators, the architects Stereotank and Japanese designer Takahiro Fukuda.
From a distance the Refugi Lieptgas seems a typical log cabin, located in the Swiss Alps between the village Flims (Graubünden) and the forest. Taking a closer look, we realize that the cabin is made of concrete.
Sleepbox is a nest of comfort and relaxation designed for urban environments like airports, offices or other semi-public areas, offering shelter to the frenzy of these places.
Nest It is a nomad, a dome easily removable and transportable, a shelter to take with you everywhere. Like a tepee or a Mongolian yurt, Nido is a temporary home, a place to play and relax, for meeting people and events improvised. Done with waste materials and the felt is a highly stable