What if you could live indoors and outdoors at the same time? The visionary designers of these 4 homes set out to make everyday living an adventure by opening their doors to the world outside…
0:00 – Nonosi House in Costa Rica
Architect and homeowner Richard Hammond, along with his wife Daniela, transform two half-built structures that he discovered while running through the foothills of San José.
3:43 – Waldman Cabin in Santa Cruz, California
In search of a Bay Area retreat, Jeff Waldman and Molly Fiffer purchased a piece of land on which to experiment and gain new skills, one task at a time. They’ve made the Santa Cruz Mountains their home for less than $35K.
6:31 – Miguel Aragonés Home in Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City designer, Miguel Angel Aragonés, finds the fullest expression of his style in designing his museum-like family home.
9:09 – Welcome to the Jungle House in Darlington, Sydney, Australia
‘There has clearly never been a more important time in history for architecture to be sustainable and regenerative…’ says Welcome to the Jungle House architect and builder, Clinton Cole. This self-sufficient home in Darlington, Sydney Australia contains its own ecosystem capable of growing fruit, vegetables, and even fish.
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