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Watershed Sustainable Workspace

  • Posted by on March 25, 2010 in Architecture
  • We could get used to working here. Designed by FLOAT architecture, 'Watershed' is a 100 square foot writer's studio that reveals the complex ecology around it.

    Little tunnels under the structure bring reptiles and amphibians into view through the floor-level window. A water collection basin, doubling as the front step, attracts birds and deer.

    All of the structure's parts are completely recyclable too, though it's unclear why you would ever want to take it down.

    What an inspirational space.

    Images via The Arm and Inhabitat





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