Category: Sustainable Architecture

This Self-sufficient Australian House Grows Its Own Food, Energy And Water

Building a self-sufficient home may involve a higher initial investment, but it is usually worth it in the long run thanks to increased efficiency and lower energy bills. Sydney neighbors Geoff Carroll and Julie Young did just that by hiring CplusC Architectural Workshop to renovate their 1980s home into an environmentally friendly, energy self-sufficient home

The Moses Bridge In Holland

photo © RO & AD Architects No, your eyes are not deceiving you – the waters have opened! This incredible “sunken” bridge located in the Netherlands is giving visitors a unique way to access a beautiful 17th century Dutch fortress. photo © RO & AD Architects Designed by RO & AD Arquitectos, the Moses Bridge

Countertop With Recycled Materials.

100 Percent is a new countertop concept created by 3form. Its particularity lies in the fact that used detergent and milk bottles have been used for its manufacture. The result is a countertop that does not imitate natural stone in its appearance, but in its hardness and durability. Ideal for any use and 100% recyclable.