Creating Better Accessibility to Local Resources
As the world turns towards more sustainable societies, new projects are leveraging the power of design to turn abandoned farmland, forests and buildings into places for people and things to forge new connections. Tools and historic technology considered of low-economic value are being reclassified as regional assets that are attractive and easy to use for everyone. Architect Tsukamoto Yoshiharu explores the world of designs that turn local resources into new lifestyles.