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A US real estate company is helping the homeless by offering them a house and a job.
A startup has developed a way to create space by allowing the ceiling to be used for storage of furniture and possessions.
A developer has designed tiny, self- contained prefabricated apartments for the homeless.
The project focuses on a new type of disaster shelter inspired by origami that uses a balloon to self-deploy in most terrains.
A new 3D printing method is helping provide quality housing for the developing world.
Using a dating-style app consumers can match their property with others in order to swap
A collaborative project supported by the Danish Ministry of the Environment uses agricultural waste as building materials in sustainable housing.
A Finnish architecture firm has created a house that produces its own energy and fits into a small parking spot.
A new shelter design built of recycled plastics may provide more humane living conditions for refugees.
London-based architect firm designs a rooftop micro-house based around an air duct unit.
UK-based property management company created The SHED Project to help young professionals live in the expensive city.
US-based SO-IL and MINI Living have collaborated on a house designed to purify the air and to bring the outside indoors.
A totally new approach to building skyscrapers has been dreamt up that uses 3D printed reusable apartments.
Plans announced for the UK’s first retirement community designed specifically to accommodate a majority of LGBT residents.
North American home improvement company has created the Holoroom How To virtual reality training course for nervous or first-time DIYers.
Estonian-based Teleport uses AI to rank cities against a user’s preferences to provide recommendations for a potential move, including day-to-day cost of living.
A newly retired group of citizens in Lyon joined together to create the Chamarel retirement cooperative to provide sustainable, affordable living space.
Designed by Hakan Gürsu of Designnobis, this emergency shelter provides natural light and collects rainwater.
A portable smart home powered by wind and solar energy can house two people off-grid for a year.