L.A.-based architecture and design firm HplusF has thought up a brilliant idea to recycle old gas guzzling Hummers into an interesting form of housing. The "Hummer Home", as it's being called, is design for a house that is made of the sheet metal shells and various parts of decommissioned Hummers. The home is customizable (somewhat) and can have up to 8 activity areas, big enough for a small family!
To make matters even better, the home also comes with soy-based insulation, grey water recycling, rooftop solar panels, and geothermal heating and cooling. Talk about redemption for only getting 10.8 mpg!
It was designed for the Prefab 20*20: Visions for 400 SF Homes competition and we here at Green Garmento salute the HplusF architects for doing a fantastic job!
For more information on HplusF, visit http://www.hplusf.com/
For more information on the Prefab 20*20 competition, visit http://prefab2020.wordpress.com/