The Nido: A Nomadic Structure You Can Construct in a Snap!
Posted By Jon Dioffa On August 21, 2012 @ 3:00 pm In Architecture,Green Products,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments
Alessandro Zorzetto’s Nido is a portable nomadic shelter that can be popped up in a snap! Made with scrap materials and felt , Zorzetto’s design transforms from a stack of ho-hum materials into a seated area, a gazebo, a place for play and relaxation, or even a temporary home. Check out the designer’s site  to see a time lapse video of the structure being built!
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URL to article: http://inhabitat.com/the-nido-a-nomadic-structure-you-can-take-with-you-everywhere/
URLs in this post:
 nomadic shelter : http://inhabitat.com/bubbletree-clear-prefab-bubble-tents-for-romantic-exhibitionism-in-the-wild/
 felt: http://inhabitat.com/wandschappens-curious-feltplants-cast-a-familiar-shadow/
 the designer’s site: http://www.zarch.altervista.org/index.php?/2011/nido/
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