Low Impact living, plus it's so cheap and easy to build, you could do it yourself!
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The Storytelling Roundhouse at Cae Mabon
Hobbiton - New Zealand
Top Mountain Architect
Pembrokeshire, Wales is home to a family with a house straight out of The Hobbit. This amazing architectural wonder is created virtually completely from the natural materials found around the residence. The walls are made out of stone and mud and water enters the house by gravity from a nearby spring. Non-natural materials, such as windows and plumbing, were recovered from trash.
'That Roundhouse', Brithdir Mawr, Pembrokeshire, Wales Homes don't get much greener than 'That Roundhouse' built by Tony Wrench. Made of wood, a straw insulated turf roof and recycled materials, it relies on solar power and a wind turbine for electricity, and has a compost loo.
this would be such an awesome place to live!
Cool cob house
Best sky light ever.
This beautiful guest cottage was designed by Charles and built out of all natural ingredients from the earth. It was made from the original recipe for Cob houses built in England and Wales in the 15th and 16th century. A cosy livingroom, rustic fireplace, kitchen and bedroom loft. Sandstone walkway leads to a roomy bathhouse.
Hut (The Hus-1 is a small house designed and built by Torsten Ottesjö. Read more and see more pix @ http://ottesjo.se/huset)
i could spend my days here.
Detailed tiny house plans that also include a tiny house construction guide to help guide you throughout construction.
A Low Impact Woodland Home
I'm thinking cob houses could be made quite large