Co.Exist catches up with cardboard revolutionist, Zach Rotholz. Promoting 'the continual reinvention of living spaces and use of renewable American resources,' the Yale grad founded Chairigami two years ago.
Check out this time-lapse video of New York City's first prefab residential building, a 7-story rental complex dubbed, appropriately, The Stack, coming to life over a 4-week span in the Inwood section of Manhattan.
With prefab and cargotecture checked off the list, Sunset magazine tackles New Urbanism with the setting of this year's Idea House(s): A pedestrian-centric village on the Washington coast named Seabrook.
Nattily attired carpenter Jay Duffy set out to build a tree fort using reclaimed materials for his fiancee's sons. What resulted is an adult-friendly 'teahouse treehouse' perched above Santa Cruz's suburban streetscape.