Real Life Hobbit Houses:
Pictures are from different projects from simondale.net check it out.
I love those houses, they’re cute, comfortable and environmental friendly. It took the inventor only 4 months and 3000 gpb to finish the house.
Living in something like that would be amazing.
“One day, everything will be free” is a documentary about the community of the Sadhana Forest in Haiti. The director, Joseph Redwood-Martinez, writes: ”Sadhana Forest not only makes a proposition for addressing environmental degradation and the inadequacies of foreign aid, it importantly offers very real working-example of a these propositions enacted from within a diverse and constantly evolving community.”
Using old glass bottles when building a house is a cheap way to build a beautiful, unique house using recycled material. I am currently renting, so I don’t think my landlord would be too happy with me slamming old bottles in the wall, but I’m sure getting inspired!
House #1 is located on Prince Edward Island (Canada). You can look at more pictures of the house and know more about the building process at http://www.bottlehouses.com/index.cfm. This website also provides additional pictures of the chapel in picture #9.
House #4 and #5 is called “Minnie Evans Garden House” or “Airlie Gardens Bottle House”. It is located in Tinkertown, New Mexico (USA). Look how beautiful it is when light shines through the bottle walls!
The glass bottle bathroom is located in Taos, New Mexico (USA).
The house in picture #7 is called “Sultana Jug”, you’ll find it in Sultana, California (USA).
The palace-like building in picture #8 is called “Wat Lan Kuat” or “One Million Bottle Temple” and was built in Khn Han (Thailand).
I just love this! :)
A little garden paradise