Wat een fantastisch mooi verhaal over onze eigen woning op het “Sustainability for All” magazine Treehugger! Deze keer geschreven vanuit de natuurlijke manier van bouwen in plaats van over architectuur en techniek/energie.

Architect’s Prefabricated Home Uses Fungi to Protect Its Exterior

Every now and then, here on Treehugger, we cover interesting specimens of architecture that architects build as residences for themselves and their families. Some might be low-carbon homes that are carved out of heritage-status structures, while others might be modern live-work spaces converted out historic microapartments, or even low-cost affairs built out of repurposed vehicles like this architecture student’s bus home.