Monday, January 19, 2009


With echoes of the m-ch, Jan Sturm's intriguing Cuberotate focuses on the idea of a house being made up of little cubes, each with wellinsulated wooden walls, pretty much self-sufficient in terms of energy with its photovoltaic panels. It has folding and pull-out furniture so the whole thing become a multi-tasking live-work atmsophere. And if you want to change your views, you can rotate the whole darn thing by hand like George Bernard Shaw's garden office, one of Shedworking's pet loves.
Via Judit Bellostes

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