Gallery: Venezuelan Eco Cabanas Light Up with Recycled Glass Walls

Designer Kristofer Nonn’s innovative Eco Cabanas in remote Venezuela are inspired by stilt architecture and help locals live in a healthier, more sustainable way. In contrast to the dark and damp corrugated metal dwellings that tend to populate the Santa Elena region, Nonn’s structures are open and airy, bringing ample natural light into the interior. Using only locally-sourced and recycled materials, Nonn has created a model for sustainable and inexpensive living that will keep the people of Santa Elena comfortable and cool.

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