This oak playhouse, by James O’Keefe, was built with roundwood timbers and waney edged planks and has wild flowers in its green roof. See the step by step construction at www.naturalhomes.org/the-wee-dinky-house.htm
Simon Dale is a photographer by trade, but a hobbit home builder by night. He has an affinity for creating homes that are from natural material, and Dale’s own version of a ‘Hobbit‘ House is just a small residence that has a green roof & is partially underground. The home is entirely sustainable & was built with straw bale walls that are covered in lime plaster. All else has been recycled scraps to craft the wooden roof structure & other elements. The electricity is all gained via solar…
This is a bamboo classroom pod at the Green School [www.greenschool.org] in Bali. Its a place where kids are taught about their relationship with the earth that they depend on. The school is built from bamboo. Follow the picture to www.naturalhomes.org for video and more wonderful bamboo structures.
This stunningly beautiful home, with sculpted cob walls, looks out over the banks of a small stream in Somerset, England where the local dialect still has remnants of the Anglo-Saxon language. You can see more pictures of this home at www.naturalhomes.org/goatlings.htm