Image 5 of 6 from gallery of Villa Asserbo: A Sustainable, Printed House That Snaps Together. Villa Asserbo, a house whose printed pieces "snap" together, by Danish architects Eentileen. Photos via Fast Company.
What could be more inspirational for an artist than to nestle one's studio space in a completely organic, natural setting? This square foot studio space is located on a acre piece of land on San Juan Island in Washington.
prefab home by Jens Risom - Block Island (Rhode Island USA) circa 1967 - more than 40 years later we still don't get the message that architecture needs to be sustainable. Photo by John G. Zimmerman for LIFE magazine