A Hide-Out In The Woods For $500


Weekend-get-aways, a day at the spa and even digital detox — there are many ways to escape bustling cities and to take a break from the busy life you’re living. A couple in West Virginia though put the icing on the cake: they’ve built themselves a wooden cabin with a huge glass facade made from old windows — and didn’t spend more than $500.

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How Indie Architects Revitalize An Area From The Inside Out

Architecture firm ZUS is headquartered in the Schieblock building, one of central hubs in the area. On the right you see a part of the Luchtsingel

The most effective way to bring positive change to an area is through personal understanding of problems as well as involvement and investment in solutions, but how does one go about accomplishing this? Architecture firm ZUS and urban strategist team Stipo have been responsible for extensive bottom-up spatial planning projects in Rotterdam. Together, they will utilize the city of Rotterdam as their classroom to explore these concepts in the fifth installment of Stadsklas on May 22nd.

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