Made from FSC-certified wood and random scraps, Coco Hut is a cozy shelter shaped like a ball. Created by Dutch designer Gert Eussen, it stands on stilts and can be accessed through a tiny wooden ladder, just like a treehouse.
Built by securing recycled windshields on a wooden structure, La Serre is a tiny eco-shed that can also be used as a greenhouse. Created by Sebastien Ramirez, a French designer, it was made entirely from free recycled and found materials.
Formed with 15 standard parasols, Casa Umbrella is a pop-up shelter shaped like a globe. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, this light, waterproof cocoon can be set up in any location in no time flat.