Recycled materials from the site and environs could be used to construct additional low-impact housing on the site.
|Piet Hein Eek's log cabins imagined at the Ute Ulay|
Dutch designer and architect Piet Hein Eek is known for his use of scrap-wood furniture and recycled building materials. Pictured here is a log cabin he designed for the entertainer Hans Liberg. The structural elements consist of a salvaged steel frame, log exterior, sheep’s wool for insulation, and painted plywood interiors. Set on wheels, the cabin can be easily relocated.