Vineyard House uses rammed earth to stay cool in the Portuguese heat

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Elegant Folded Orikomi Lamps Support Sustainable Housing for Women in Mexico

December 10, 2013 by  
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Blaanc Borderless Architecture just unveiled a series of beautiful folded Orikomi paper lamps that are handmade in Portugal. The geometric shades keep material use to a minimum, and all proceeds go towards helping Mexican women construct their own houses through the Adobe for Women Association , a non-profit humanitarian organization founded in 2011. Read the rest of Elegant Folded Orikomi Lamps Support Sustainable Housing for Women in Mexico Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: adobe for women , blaanc , eco design , eco lamps , green design , origami , paper lamps , social organisation , sustainable design        

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AR+C Architects Carves House Gazebo into the Side of a Mountain in Ecuador

December 10, 2013 by  
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