Exo Shelter

Born from the aftermath of Katrina, the Exo Shelter is meant for use in an emergency but versatile enough to handle everything from festivals to long-term camping. The sleek design separates into two pieces — a floor and an upper shell, both of which weigh less than 400 lbs each and can be moved by hand — and is stackable, making it easy to transport to the setup location. Inside, there's space enough for four people with beds that fold out of the walls, four wall outlets for charging gadgets, LED lighting, and climate control. Entry is handled via NFC, and the LED display above the door makes sure you don't try wandering into someone else's pod.

  • Melbourne Post Office Conversion

    Designed by Sir John Monash in 1900, this Melbourne Post Office Conversion updates the space for modern living without losing the details that make it special. Details like the exposed metal trusses, original Jarrah floorboards, and metal French doors that open onto the streets below. More contemporary details include three garage spaces, an updated kitchen, and a main bedroom that overlooks the main space and offers access to the outdoor terrace.

  • Floating Private Islands

    If you can find a private island currently, it's probably remotely located and threatened by rising sea levels. Floating Private Islands take care of both of those issues, and provide loads of options as well. Designed by Dutch architect Koen Olthuis, each one is eco-friendly, and creates new underwater habitats for nearby sea life. And not only will you be able to choose what type of home or facility you want on your island, but you'll be able to choose where your island is located. So even if you're not in the market for your own private, floating island yet, it's nice to know they are out there, customizable, and ready when you are.

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