Coco Hut Made From Recycled Scrap Wood
Made from FSC-certified wood and random scraps, Coco Hut is a cozy shelter shaped like a ball. Created by Dutch designerGert Eussen, it stands on stilts and can be accessed through a tiny wooden ladder, just like a treehouse.
La Serre Made From Recycled Windshields
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.
Casa Umbrella Made From Recycled Umbrellas
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.
Eco Shed Made From Recycled Yogurt Containers
Eco Shed is a green-roofed bike shelter made from an FSC wooden frame and Corten steel, and then covered with recycled yogurt carton plastic. Made by Londoner Marcus Shields, it can store garden tools as well as up to 11 bicycles.
Maisongomme Made From Recycled Tires
Made from reused car tires from a local garaage, along with old windows and scrap wood, Maisongomme is not your average garden shed. Designed and built by Refunc, this fantastic tiny structure is both water- and winter-proof.