A pebbled porthole. Design by Paul Froncek. Photo by Michael Mathers.
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30 Off The Grid And Self-Sustaining Earthship Homes http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/3f2t This home uses one of the world’s biggest waste problems as it’s basic building material. Can you guess what that is? The result is an incredibly strong, thermally stable home. It can also look fantastic as you can see here!:
Along narrow winding streets, with a view to both forests and fields, we arrive to Karen and Flemming Abrahamsson’s rustic farm in Stenlille – placed approximately in the middle of Zealand. W…
Recycled bottle window in cobb wall.
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Sarah and Tyler built a teeny tiny straw bale cabin -- only 450 square feet. By working with intent in mind, the space looks big, airy, and very utilitarian. What can we learn from their kitchen's vertical planning?
so we went super weird (or super cool, depending on who you ask) and did a crystal necklace, within a bottle, built into the wall (picture b...