From squiggly vineyard parks to eco-friendly matrix mansions, the experimental Michael Jantzen installations are avant-garde and unique. Michael Jantzen is a famous artist and inventor who creates architectural artforms that incorporate environmentally friendly designs.
The newest projects by Michael Jantzen are m-homes that are made from paneled pieces that use solar panels and come in a sage green color. These structures are aesthetically pleasing and they are made up of multiple pieces with movable hinged panels.
Michael Jantzen creates transformational installations that can be assembled and re-assembled into many sizes and shapes. By creating structures that can be folded open into a variety of different configurations, they can accommodate weather changes and user preferences. Michael's installations range from m-vironments, commercial places, public and private places, wind structure, wine architecture to experimental homes.
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