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Beautiful little colander home. Link bad but image is still one to keep for design creating.

Beautiful little colander home. Link bad but image is still one to keep for design creating.

Here's another inspiring earthbag construction for fans of natural homes out there!   The Shantikuthi Earthbag Spiral House is called such because its walls were built in a spiral pattern. Its roof also has a spiral garden where visitors can harvest seeds to bring home and plant in their own yard.  Learn more about it and view the slideshow of the building process on our site! :)

Here's another inspiring earthbag construction for fans of natural homes out there! The Shantikuthi Earthbag Spiral House is called such because its walls were built in a spiral pattern. Its roof also has a spiral garden where visitors can harvest seeds to bring home and plant in their own yard. Learn more about it and view the slideshow of the building process on our site! :)

This is a really cool idea. I would love to do this to my house.

This is a really cool idea. I would love to do this to my house.

Fazer um gerador de biogás para produzir o seu próprio Gás Natural - Energias Renováveis ​​- MÃE TERRA NEWS

Fazer um gerador de biogás para produzir o seu próprio Gás Natural - Energias Renováveis ​​- MÃE TERRA NEWS

spaceship bedroom - imagine waterfilled walls to provide radiation shielding in space

spaceship bedroom - imagine waterfilled walls to provide radiation shielding in space

TheRosario Rainer yurts

TheRosario Rainer yurts

How to Create an Energy-Efficient Yurt [Infographic]

How to Create an Energy-Efficient Yurt [Infographic]

The rubble trench is a cheap and effective foundation that combines drainage with load distribution. The basic principle of it has been around for thousands of years but American architect Frank Lloyd Wright brought it into the 20th century.  More at www.naturalhomes.org/permahome/rubble-trench-foundation.htm

The rubble trench is a cheap and effective foundation that combines drainage with load distribution. The basic principle of it has been around for thousands of years but American architect Frank Lloyd Wright brought it into the 20th century. More at www.naturalhomes.org/permahome/rubble-trench-foundation.htm

Cob recipe and techniques

Cob recipe and techniques

Building a Stone Foundation | This Cob House

Building a Stone Foundation | This Cob House