eco design


Single Pole House by Konrad Wójcik, Denmark
‘The aim was to design a structure that would not have any footprint on the nature. Fully functional interior was intended for two people and if needed, in special occasions could be extended up to four. In order to provide as much as possible alternating threads stairs were implemented. This allowed fitting spacious interior into a compact and light from. Construction divides into 4 levels with a clear different functional program on each floor. This well equipped structure is a balance of comfortableness and practicality.’

Bosco Verticale - Milano

“Bosco Verticale  is a pair of residential towers in the Porta Nuova district of Milan, Italy, between Via Gaetano de Castillia and Via Federico Confalonieri near Milano Porta Garibaldi railway station. They have a height of 111 metres (364 ft) and 76 metres (249 ft) and will host more than 900 trees (approximately 550 and 350 trees in the first and second towers respectively) on 8,900 square metres (96,000 sq ft) of terraces. Within the complex is also an 11-story office building; its facade does not host plants” Wikipedia

  1. Beach Rock Tree House

    Located in Okinawa, Japan, this cool tree house by Kobayahsi Takashi was constructed with the purpose of communicating with outer space.
  2. Cabin Tree House

    Located in the World of Living park near Strasbourg, Germany. The tree house cabin is propped up by seven asymmetric larch-supports.
  3. Dome Tree House

    Creative dome-shaped, wooden tree house by Michael Wielgus from Krakow, Poland.
  4. Harads Tree Hotel

    Tree hotel concept by Swedish architects Tham and Videgard Hansson. The mirrored surfaces blends this cool design into the environment.
  5. Tree House Restaurant

    This creative restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand was designed by Peter Eising and Lucy Gauntlett from Pacific Environments Architects.
  6. Lifepod Tree House

    Kyu Che hopes to create a fully functioning high tech mini capsule for modern living with his ongoing Lifepod project.
  7. O2 Tree Houses

    Dustin Feider and his company, O2 Treehouse, promote environmentally friendly tree houses that are built from 100% recycled or recyclable materials from sustainable sources.
  8. Tree House Hotel

    Eco-friendly jungle getaway located in the heart of Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary in India.
  9. Free Spirit Spheres

    Set among the trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island in Canada, these handcrafted spheres are suspended like pendants from a web of rope.
  10. 4Treehouse

    Posing as a Japanese lantern on stilts, this beautiful tree house by Lukasz Kos is located within the trees of Lake Muskoka in Canada.

DESIGN: This Is What An Eco Friendly, Completely Sustainable NYC Would Look Like

This concept, called “New York City (Steady) State”, produced over six years by Sorkin’s Terreform, is not designed simply for aesthetic pleasure; it’s not even an attempt to make the city more sustainable (although sustainability is the key motivation behind the project).

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I’ve seen this house a few times online/in books but none have been photographed as well to capture the interior. Good ol’ Air BnB! :)

There are many aspects of this Cob House I like - as my general goal is to create an almost “modernist” take on Cob…stepping away from the “Hobbity” vibe we see so often.


A team from the University of Cumbria have produced a floating house which can be transported worldwide to any lake or waterway. The designs are flexible, so it can be produced in varying sizes and according to different requirements. Completely self-sufficient, the house can be fitted with a solar-powered motor.

Original source: Dezeen Magazine



So I’ve recently come to terms with how desperate I am to have a ‘green wall’, it brings so much freaking vibrancy and life into a space (smells nice too i bet)….one for the future I think…I’m not so sure how impressed the landlords would be with a vertical compost bag stuck to my Kitchen wall.