The B Home Project is a living arts installation based on sustainable building practices. The B Home is the vision of a unique combination of artist and engineer, Pete Abrams and Graham Apgar. They are low-cost shelters with applications ranging from disaster relief housing, to ecotourism, to alternative dwellings for under-served populations. As their design continues to evolve, they can also be playful, whimsical and fun backyard escapes ranging in size from single cells to multi-cellular units. The structures are built from shipping pallets and other post-industrial and natural materials.
For more information, visit thebhome.com.
The Arts Council of Princeton enjoyed having multiple B-Homes on the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts Graves Terrace from October 2014 through October 2015. Learn more!
The ACP also collaborated with the Princeton Shopping Center to arrange two B-Homes, complete with live plants, to be placed in the Shopping Center’s Courtyard from May through November 2016 for the community to enjoy.