This week's MoCo picks.
+ Another iT House glass prefab gets built, "an incredible little home that was designed by Taalman Koch for a five-acre lot in the high desert. It'll be a model home and completely off-grid.". Via jetson.green.
+ In Sweden Arkitekthus is building and selling houses designed by some well-known Swedish architects; Thomas Sandell, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Gert Wingårdh, and Tham & Videgård Hansson. Via materialicious and the Lamidesign blog.
+ The Record Houses 2008 are up at Architectural Record, this year they took a new approach; "we looked for built, single-family dwellings that not only were aesthetically striking, but also employed innovative strategies for achieving environmental sustainability.". Via dezain.net.
+ Architect Todd Saunders' addition to a 100 year old Norwegian home, "a box-shaped, flat-roofed addition – a sharp contrast to the original, gable-roofed structure" at Dwell blog. See the slideshow here.
+ Nobody&co.'s Missing, "a collection of seven chairs, each chair different from the other, with which it is also possible to obtain angular compositions and a bench. And an optical illusion around the table.". Via pan-dan.
+ form + volume at Designhuis video at Designguide.TV featuring Czech designer Maxim Velcovsky's "off the rack flatpack furniture" hacks.