Ecoshack began in 2003 as an experimental design lab in Joshua Tree, CA. A place where architects, designers, artists and anyone else with a passion for change could design, build and hang out.
Today it's also an LA-based design studio and manufacturer of architectural products such as the Nomad, a modern take on the traditional Mongolian yurt.
Ecoshack projects currently on the boards include designs for the first manufactured green event tent, an off-the-grid ecovillage in Nicaragua, and a vision for turning America’s suburban cul-de-sacs into 21st century communes.
Ecoshack's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums, including "The Cosmic House" at Exit Art, and "Lighten Up!" for Lisa Anne Auerbach's ‘Tract House’ at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore.