Jane Fonda Kit House in Belgium by Elii Architects | Yellowtrace

Jane Fonda Kit House in Belgium by Elii Architects | Yellowtrace

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 is a Madrid-based practice run by three young architects — Uriel Fogué, Eva Gil and Carlos Palacios. The trio share a utopian view of sustainability and every project they designed is tailor-made for its future occupants.

Their JF Kit House (Jane Fonda Kit House) was an installation at  (CIVA) during Brussels Design. The project proposed the possibility of future in which citizens use their own muscles to produce some of the energy required to run their homes.

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