In the heart of the Dutch countryside, ‘GREENHOUSE’ embodies the classic look of a wooden barn and the typical framework of Dutch greenhouses, where reused materials combined with DIY community-based building have created a low impact and comfortable living environment for families.
Superuse developed this exceptional living unit for The New World Foundation
In the heart of the Dutch countryside of Drenthe, Superuse on Site designed and developed an exceptional living unit for the The New World Foundation. Formed in 1969, this international community is one of the oldest in The Netherlands. The collective owns 10 hectares (25 acres) of land, where they live following a sustainable and self-sufficient lifestyle, ecological thinking, and spiritual awareness. Superuse, you may remember, are the same people responsible for repurposing discarded wind turbine blades into playgrounds and street furniture. Scroll down for a gallery of facts & photos of this beautiful and efficient home.
8 WAYS TO A HEALTHIER HOME
When we think about our health, the natural tendency is to focus on good nutrition and exercise, and perhaps we spend less time focusing on how our environment can affect our wellbeing. If you want to clean up your house or apartment to make it a safer environment, check out these 8 suggestions to make your home more healthy.