Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Desert House

cdmb architects have a nice line in shedworking structures. Above is the Desert House, a lightweight structure (or as they call it 'a modern nomadic house') designed to protect the desertloving shedworker from the strong sunlight and sand storms of the Gobi Desert. Below is a more traditional example, The Rook, a stainless steel shed of three modular components made to be easily assembled and transported, pictured here outside the Louvre.A Bill Kratz spot.


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  2. Alex -- Nice work picking up the Desert House example from the site! That kind of comprehensive blogging research is what keeps us coming back.

    Cheers.....Bill Kratz