I am in love with this composting shed design by Groves-Raines Architecture. The way it weaves its way into the landscape with undulating forms and its green roof makes it look as though it just evolved into the space. Check out the entire project after the jump.
We spotted this over at Yatzer, they describe the project by Groves-Raines Architects:
The technique employed creates a porous structure that allows air and sunlight to roam freely, providing ventilation for composting. The same weaving also proves interesting patterns from sunlight as it moves throughout the day. It is easy to fall in love with a project like this, as it encompasses what seems to be a full design cycle of environment, function, form, sculpture and innovation.
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(Images: Groves-Raines Architects via Yatzer)