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Formed in 2011, Leaf House specializes in the design and build of tiny houses and small spaces . Based out of Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, Leaf House focuses on modern design, cold climate construction and ecologically friendly materials. Tailored to the extreme winter environments of the north, each Leaf House is fully featured and designed to be as liveable as possible.
Staircases play major role in houses where as they could be as space saving and also functional. Stairways are there at your houses to give access to several floors or maybe can function as ladders and even some storage. When space at your houses are tight therefore you need to be extra brain twisting work to resolve the stairways matter as you certainly need one that has to be compact as well as functional. If you don’t want to get your brain a little twisted, then we present you with some interesting functional staircases idea which are some also compact. Here you will find a thin staircase which is designed by Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo , a staircase which function as an enormous amount of book storage space by Levitate Architects , Mini Plus by Mister Step a modern and compact staircases, curved spiral staircase for minimalist home design by Suppose Design Office and many more.
With the advent of recycled architecture, new and pioneering architectural designs are a common observation. The new recycled architecture that is turning heads around in current times are the shipping container houses. We have always seen shipping containers on trains, at ports or piled onto cargo ships but with changing times we can see them being transformed into dwellings. The container houses apart from being beautiful and stylish are portable, affordable and durable. There is an environmental benefit associated with it which is it puts surplus containers to use instead of letting them slowly rust in a landfill. Below is a list of some amazing recycled containers.
Styrofoam dome houses at Aso Farm Land (Photo by: Erika Snyder ) While styrofoam may be most commonly associated with disposable coffee cups, meat trays and packaging, prefab home manufacturer Japan Dome House Co., Ltd. uses it to construct easy-to-assemble modular kit homes. Dubbed the "habitat for the 21st century," the Dome House is an igloo-shaped structure built from snap-together wall sections made of 100% expanded polystyrene foam (styrofoam).