Real estate developer Philip Kafka revealed how his idea to create the Quonset hut village “True North” came to fruition on the Daily Detroit podcast.
Prince Concepts, the real estate development company behind the award-winning Quonset hut village ‘True North,’ has started its second Quonset hut housing project called ‘The Caterpillar’.
True North Detroit, a village made from nine SteelMaster Quonset Huts, is one of six finalists that will compete for the 2018 Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP).
After over 800 submissions and countless hours of sifting through quality contenders, True North Detroit emerged as one of the winners of the 2017 Architects Newspaper’s Best of Design Award.
Major progress is underway at Prince Concepts’ new Quonset hut housing project, ‘The Caterpillar.’ The company released photos of the building being constructed, along with an update on the project.
The 2019 SteelMaster Buildings calendar displays projects with a wide variety of applications for every season all around the world.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to stay in a Quonset Hut, you can get the experience–if only for a few nights–at a Detroit Airbnb.
Two experienced yoga instructors or “guides” who are not only helping people to become more aware of their bodies; they are also making entrepreneurs rethink their business space.