A couple converts an old prison bus into a criminally beautiful tiny home

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Man converts old ambulance into a traveling tiny home on wheels

Ebay may be filled with junk that could be turned into treasure, but one man took it a step further by converting an old ambulance into a beautiful tiny home.

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Ryuji Kajino converts an 80-year-old barn into a gorgeous atelier

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EvoWheel converts almost any bicycle into an electric bike in just 30 seconds

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Couple converts 16-year-old van into a compact solar home on wheels

Thanks to new technologies, generations of digital nomads can replace their conventional houses with practical, mobile homes powered by renewable energy sources. This was the case with freelancer photographer Norbert Juhász and his fiancée Dora, a writer, who bought a 16-year-old van and transformed it into a solar-powered compact home on wheels which will take them all the way from Budapest to Morocco.

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Morgan Freeman converts his Mississippi ranch into a giant sanctuary for wild bees

Morgan Freeman has played so many roles during his long Hollywood career, it’s difficult to keep track but his latest role could prove to be his most important. The actor has turned his 124-acre Mississippi ranch into a sanctuary for wild bees, in an effort to help support population growth for the little pollinators. Freeman started beekeeping in 2014, eventually growing his buzzing babies to 26 hives, and he’s also explained that tons of bee-friendly plants have been planted on his property…. View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingEco funeral – Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building