co-modeco

21
Jun

Recycled Container Homes A Risky Bet – Where Good Intentions Collides with a Toxic Reality

Submitted by Simone Stewart  – Co-Modeco Consultant – contact Simone Stewart at maxsimon446@gmail.com What are the pro’s and con’s between residing  in a Co-Modeco  or  building out a cheaper, used container for a dwelling?   http://www.tincancabin.com/faq/ answered this age old quandary by stating that removing the original container is discouraged as the plywood is toxic and will give off toxic

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8
May

Meet Our New Urban Pioneers – Compact Modular Eco Homes

Imagine this.  Whether you live on or off the grid Co-MoDeco  homes and commercial spaces are built according to your specifications from brand new galvanized steel components and original designs.  After a year and a half in development Co-Modeco’s  provide affordable and sustainable housing solution’s, tailor made to address every residential and commercial requirement.   Sustainable, indestructible and LEED resource

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8
May

Cities See the Power of Good Design ….

April 28, 2017  Edited from Article by Barbara Sadick, New York Times Public Work structures in cities tend to have a uniform reputation : They’re ugly.   But a new generation of projects are being designed to weave infrastructure into cities’ social fabric , offering amenities and standing in as works of Public Art. As cities become more densely populated

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8
May

The Wall Street Journal- Review by Alexandra Wolfe 

New York April 8, 2017   Never mind those who say you can’t take it with you.  In the new book ‘Mobitecture : architecture on the Move  (Phaldon , 24.95) author Rebecca Roke  showcases 250 portable projects from around the world, from retro campers to modern  houseboats to lightweight shelters .  The blow-up, roll-up and pop-up structures provide ways o

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