To satisfy the needs of film director and artist Anna Hoover, as well as operate within the parameters of sustainability, Les Eerkes embarked on a recycled home project. The architect scavenged free materials and appliances, including plywood cladding, a tiny porthole window, kitchen cabinets and more from a site that was set to be bulldozed.
The recycled home project is a great example of architects being economical with materials. Not only is the method beneficial for the consciousness and the survival of nature, it is also extremely budget-friendly and creates the tendency to focus on necessities, rather than desires. Located in the woods, Anna Hoover's upcycled studio is bound to give the creative client a much-needed rest, as well as a break from distractions.
Photo Credits: Benjamin Benschneider