Adam Kalkin (1963-). American architect.
Speaking of humanisation and dehumanisation, here is a beautiful example of what contemporary architects are planning for humanity. Architecture should be the art of building. 
This is a container used as home,  it is also said: cheap, transportable and recyclable. Of course this structure can be converted to purposes other than home. My question is: would you live in such a "house"? Maybe only for a temporary accomodation. Notice please the absurd insertion of traditional pieces of furniture (asked by the Shelburne Museum), not casual, and in my opinion just in order to make it more "human" and "acceptable" the structure.