Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Natural Building. Get inspired and try out new things.
Cordwood construction is an unsung hero in the world of natural building. It's durable, it's cheap, and it's...wait, what is it? For those not yet in the
Sumith Gunathilaka saved to camping
Groundfridge chills food without electricity. #sustainability
Leanne-Marie James saved to Eco green house
Even though I am busy building my own tiny house, I still find myself thinking about building a cob house… is that cheating on my tiny house?I have been coming back to cob houses again and again because I love the curves of cob walls, the organic feeling that the cob mix brings and the price is also very attractive. I have thought about building a cob house if in the future I decide I need more space if I get married or just want more space. #tinyhome #cobhouse #tinyliving
The Tiny Life saved to Small Space Ideas
Turns out, the search for alternative building materials brought us aircrete and it's the perfect option forDIYers.
Jan Schweikert saved to Dream House
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The Granary House by Marta Brandão is a minimalist and rustic dwelling hidden in the verdant landscape of Arouca, Portugal.
Rick Moore saved to Dream house
On the other hand, we have natural homes. Sure there might be lots of dust traps, but they appeal to the human side of our soul... that side that knows we are a part of nature. Most of us find natural homes strangely appealing because they offer a sense of tranquillity that is often lacking in our hectic lives.
Tasha Echols saved to Dream Home
Jeff Shelton Architect - Santa Barbara Architect and Designer.
Plain and boring backyard designs can be an eye sore. These creative garden decorations and backyard designs can inspire you to create unique installations, vertical gardens or fence decor, turning yo
Ce projet de construction Earthbag est situé à Aseseeso au Ghana. Les architectes ont utilisé les matériaux d'origine locale dits solutions « éco+logiques ».
Jacqueline Leleu saved to Maison ronde