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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! :)

Doğa çok rahatlatıcı ve harika, Oh Tanrım

Doğa çok rahatlatıcı ve harika, Oh Tanrım

Doğa çok rahatlatıcı ve harika, Oh Tanrım

Doğa çok rahatlatıcı ve harika, Oh Tanrım

Doğa çok rahatlatıcı ve harika, Oh Tanrım

Doğa çok rahatlatıcı ve harika, Oh Tanrım

Doğa çok rahatlatıcı ve harika, Oh Tanrım

Doğa çok rahatlatıcı ve harika, Oh Tanrım

weza: “❤❀❤ ”

weza: “❤❀❤ ”

Flores y montajes, animalitos, paisajes, variedad | Imágenes bellas 2

Flores y montajes, animalitos, paisajes, variedad | Imágenes bellas 2

Deniz manzarası geri çekilme çim çatı IIHIH

Deniz manzarası geri çekilme çim çatı IIHIH

House Lam by Werner van der Meulen of Nico van der Meulen Architects.

House Lam by Werner van der Meulen of Nico van der Meulen Architects.

Dwell - Have You Ever Wanted to Stay in a Norwegian Sea Cabin? This boutique hotel on Norway's Manshausen Island is made up of four sea cabins that jut out from their natural ledge. Architect Snorre Stinessen carefully positioned them on an existing stone quay and built them to fit two to four travelers, or a family of five. To allow them to cantilever off the edge, their cross laminated timber floor plates are mounted onto two steel beams.

Dwell - Have You Ever Wanted to Stay in a Norwegian Sea Cabin? This boutique hotel on Norway's Manshausen Island is made up of four sea cabins that jut out from their natural ledge. Architect Snorre Stinessen carefully positioned them on an existing stone quay and built them to fit two to four travelers, or a family of five. To allow them to cantilever off the edge, their cross laminated timber floor plates are mounted onto two steel beams.