Compost toilets, a beautiful solution
The team at Invisible Studio architecture firm, show the world how to take the smallest room in the house… out of the house with this gorgeous long drop compost loo.
This compost loo looks to utilise a wheely bin as the storage chamber. Once it’s full it can be wheeled out of the way to breakdown and a new bin inserted.
Original story found on treehugger
My good friend and master thatcher Alan Jones is seeking a new apprentice.
Alan Jones Master Thatcher requires an apprentice!
Alan Jones is calling on anyone interested in this rare opportunity to learn the artof Thatching to contact him by email firstname.lastname@example.org
The successful applicant would work alongside Alan, who will share over 30 years worth of knowledge and experience, and Dafydd, who followed an apprenticeship with Alan and is now fully qualified.
If you are interested, please contact Alan by email stating why you are interested and providing brief details on your background and knowledge of heritage buildings.
To find out more please visit Alan’s website www.thatchingwales.co.uk and Facebook page.
While these plans are not cheap, and I would most certainly prefer to design my own spaces… These designs do feature some fun and exciting ideas.
This 43sqm house features a beautiful connection to the outside world. The simplicity and elegance of it are breathtaking.
Found at: http://smallhousebliss.com/2014/03/20/house-in-geumsan-studio-gaon/
How about this for an innovative roofing design?
This project at Deen City Farm features a roof made from plastic bottles. Continue reading