Monday, December 13, 2010

(In)visible hut

Designed and built by Lab Zero, the (In)visible Hut, also known as Yeta, is so called because while it's a cabin for living and shedworking, it is also cunningly disguised as a pile of logs so that it will be inconspicuous in a rural setting. Although this is a prototype, it will be going into production soon and has already been used in Italy as the home for a sound installation exhibit. More details also at their Facebook page.
Via Treehugger

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