The M-Velope by Michael Jantzen is a Sustainable Art Structure

By: Sarah Robson - Published: Aug 20, 2012 • References: michaeljantzen and psfk
The M-Velope by Michael Jantzen is a paneled art structure that is environmentally friendly and can be transformed into different shapes. This eight-foot structure is secured to the ground, and it is made from western red cedar wood, which has been dyed green.

The panels are attached to the main structure, allowing the user to shape it into any figure they want. The structure can fit up to 14 people, as well as appliances and solar panels.

This personal retreat is one of the many innovative creations by the famous Michael Jantzen, and it is a unique place compared to conventional spaces. The art installations by Michael Jantzen have been featured in thousands of books, magazines, newspapers and TV documentaries. His eco-friendly designs merge art, architecture, technology and engineering.