12 Hobbit Houses to Make You Consider Moving Underground
The Hobbits House in the Cotswolds was a sheep shed. Built without permission by a local artist, the sprawling construction took nearly ten years to build. Abandoned in the 1990s. See the Flickr website for more pics: https://www.flickr.com/photos/100221036@N06/sets/72157640687346085/ .
It’s a playhouse and garden shed rather than somebody’s home, but this tiny colorful house with Victorian details could easily house a person inclined to live small. Cecile’s Garden is reminiscent of a Tumbleweed House, which are tiny wooden houses built on wheels or foundations.
"This is Heidi's cottage, 'Elaman Puu', which means Tree of Life. It's built with a variety of natural building techniques with a rubble trench, earthbag stem walls dressed in stone, birch bark damp-proof membrane beneath the straw bales on the northern walls with cob and cordwood to the south and a reciprocal roof on a roundwood frame. All of the materials were harvested locally." -lloyd kahn
This is the pallet emergency home. This pallet house can be build in one day with only basic tools. You can also upgraded it in time with insulation, AC, smoke detectors and anything else you would like. - Imgur