Image by SPACE AVAILABLE
Radical upcycling is the words that echo through the wall of a hut called “Radical Living Structures“. Conducted by SPACE AVAILABLE, the ensemble of plastic and bio recycled material shapes up the new nomaden living with its removable and eco friendly sufficiency. Sidarta and Sandjaja (Architecture Studio) gives their hands to make it come true. Now, “Radical Living Structure” is displayed in @indobuildtech exhibition in Jakarta.
Getting inspired by the DIY modular approach by Ken Issacs, the book “How to Build Your Own Living Structures” speaks about building sustainable, eco-friendly, modular, flexible, multi-functional living structures. It’s like renewing the modern nomadic living, Space Available applies the essentials of low impact, modular and self sufficient constructions. “Radical Living Structures” initiates the light removable building which simplifies the home-swapping system.
Side by side with Sidarta and Sandjaja Architecture Studio, this hut leads back to the idea of “back to the land regenerative system”, for which foregone eco-friendly living. Initially made by recycled plastic and bio materials, this cabin is simply assembled and disassembled.