The idea of having a microhouse is starting to become more appealing

The idea of having a microhouse is starting to become more appealing

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Imagine owning your own green dream home, made out of natural and recycled materials and hosting an array of custom features. Building an eco-friendly natural home is easier than you can imagine. Materials like cordwood, cob, dirt, straw and wood from you own land can aid you in this. These build…

Imagine owning your own green dream home, made out of natural and recycled materials and hosting an array of custom features. Building an eco-friendly natural home is easier than you can imagine. Materials like cordwood, cob, dirt, straw and wood from you own land can aid you in this. These build…

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For the Wolf house? Maybe with an enclosed kitchen but with lots of windows?                                                                                                                                                                                 More

For the Wolf house? Maybe with an enclosed kitchen but with lots of windows? More

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http://borge009.hubpages.com/hub/Sustainable-Eco-Houses-Plans

http://borge009.hubpages.com/hub/Sustainable-Eco-Houses-Plans

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A 535 sq ft tiny house on wheels in Santa Fe, New Mexico

A 535 sq ft tiny house on wheels in Santa Fe, New Mexico

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A tiny house in Poughkeepsie, NY

A tiny house in Poughkeepsie, NY

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Tiny Eco House Plans - by Keith Yost Designs:

Tiny Eco House Plans - by Keith Yost Designs:

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6eb65bfdd2da41130b68bc028b519608.jpg (736×2905)

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The American Pie tiny house from Perch and Nest

The American Pie tiny house from Perch and Nest

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Earthen Architecture!    People’s Co-op, Portland, Oregon    One of the advantages of cob is the malleability of the mud as it’s drying on the exterior and interior walls – it can be sculpted into beautiful relief designs, as seen here at the People’s Co-Op of Portland, Oregon. Cob was used as infill for two walls of the building as well as for the benches inside and outside the store.

Earthen Architecture! People’s Co-op, Portland, Oregon One of the advantages of cob is the malleability of the mud as it’s drying on the exterior and interior walls – it can be sculpted into beautiful relief designs, as seen here at the People’s Co-Op of Portland, Oregon. Cob was used as infill for two walls of the building as well as for the benches inside and outside the store.

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