Category Archives: Architecture

Monsanto a ‘Living Museum’3

Unique boulder homes make Monsanto a ‘Living Museum’

Monsanto, Protugal enjoys a title of being a living museum, which indeed justifies what it represents. The place isn’t hidden to the world, neither the stunning homes shaped from or in huge boulders. There is no concrete, but just living spaces carved using the shape

green home from recycled materials

A solar powered ‘Tiny Home’ made from discarded material

It’s a privilege to have a big house, but the way mass consumerism is rising up, it’ll be a favor to the planet to discourage this trend. Living in less materialistic manner and go for minimum spaces, that’s what the tiny house movement in the

Pret-a-logar solar house

Prêt-à-Loger: Solar skin turns existing building into green powerhouse

With a motto, ‘Evolve not change, Improve not replaces”, a team has come out with a revolutionary idea. The idea is to transform 2 million existing buildings into sustainable energy powerhouses, and avoid carbon footprints and expenditures on constructing new structures. The Delft University of