Implications - Architectural designs that boast environmental initiatives continue to gain momentum as they showcase an appreciation of nature, style and an acceptance of consumer demands. Holiday homes like this one are an example of how businesses can benefit from combining the minds of people from varying fields -- such as a philosopher, poet and architect -- to create super products.
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By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Mar 13, 2009 Updated: Jun 22 2011 • References: dezeen
This is an awesome holiday home built in Kilifi, Kenya. The clients of Hogarth Architects are a mother and daughter, one an artist, the other a philosopher and poet. That makes perfect sense doesn't it? The hut will be the main living area, while the tower will be the center for bedrooms, bathrooms and the kitchen. The lodge can accommodate three families and may be leased commercially.