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  • Title: Natural Homes Timeline, a glimple into the world of natural living
    Descriptive info: .. The Natural Building Timeline on Natural Homes.. Click on any of the pictures to find out more about natural building and natural materials, then use the Pinit button above each picture to add it to your collection on Pinterest and follow the buttons for Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and Facebook to share the picture with your friends.. Tweet..

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  • Title: Natural Homes Timeline, a glimple into the world of natural living
    Descriptive info: The Natural Living Timeline..

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  • Title: Natural Homes Timeline, a glimple into the world of natural living
    Descriptive info: The 'Because I Care' Timeline.. Click on any of the pictures to find out the consequences of not living naturally, then use the Pinit button above each picture to add it to your collection on Pinterest and follow the buttons for Twitter, Google+ and Facebook to share the picture with your friends.. Join the.. Because I Care.. Facebook group where we discuss the environment..

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  • Title: Экодома и здоровый образ жизни с Натуральными Домами
    Descriptive info: ,.. : doma@naturalhomes.. org.. pinit , :.. :.. , , ,.. , ,.. 250 2 Val d'Herens.. -..

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  • Title: Maisons Naturelles
    Descriptive info: Maisons Naturelles est administré par :.. Olivia Roy.. Olivia a étudié le Feng Shui Traditionnel Chinois au Feng Shui Reseach Center (FSRC) dont elle a été diplômée en 2007 et a reçu le diplôme d’Enseignante en 2012.. Elle a décidé de faire du Feng Shui son activité principale et a créé.. Lieux de Prédilection.. début 2008.. Elle intervient aussi bien auprès des particuliers que des entreprises, et également en binôme avec des architectes, en Europe et aux États-Unis.. Constructions Naturelles et la Vie au Naturel.. Maisons Naturelles écrit à propos des constructions naturelles et  ...   quotidiennement.. Si vous désirez chatter à propos de constructions naturelles avec des constructeurs naturels du monde entier, alors rejoignez-nous sur.. Parlons des Maisons Naturelles.. ou chattez à.. La Table de Cuisine.. avec d’autres, à propos de la vie au naturel.. La Timeline est un échantillon quotidien de Maisons Naturelles et Vivre autour du monde.. Vous trouverez un bouton pour épingler chaque parution afin que vous puissiez l’ajouter à votre collection sur Pinterest.. Les autres boutons que vous verrez sur la timeline sont :.. partagez-le sur Facebook.. voyez-le sur Street View.. plus d’infos sur maisons:n..

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  • Title: Construcţii Naturale şi Universul Traiului Natural
    Descriptive info: Buna! Ma numesc Raluca, am studiat arhitectura la UAUIM Bucuresti si sunt pasionata de constructiile naturale.. Aici romanii pot vedea casele naturale din lume si lumea intrega le va vedea pe cele ale.. Romaniei.. Daca aveti sugestii sau intrebari, ma puteti contacta la.. case.. @naturalhomes.. Construcţii Naturale şi Universul Traiului Natural.. Case Naturale va aborda subiectul existenţei oamenilor în mijlocul naturii, în special construcţiile naturale.. Alăturaţi-vă paginii Case Naturale pe Facebook sau urmăriţi cronologia naturalhomes.. org, unde vor exista postări noi în fiecare zi.. Dacă doriţi să discutaţi în detaliu subiecte care vă interesează, alăturaţi-vă grupului.. Talking Natural Homes.. , unde veţi primi sfaturi direct de la cei mai renumiţi constructori  ...   amplasată în satul Sasca din Banat, vechi centru meşteşugăresc de pe Nera, numărându-se printre cele mai frumoase construcţii realizate în întregime din materiale naturale din lume.. Mai.. Acesta este modalitatea oamenilor de a construi de milenii şi, în ciuda avântului tehnologic din ultimul timp, mai sunt şi astăzi destule exemple de comunităţi unite, ca de exemplu constructorii.. gassho-zukuri.. din Japonia.. Poula-Line Schmidt şi-a construit locuinţa sa din baloţi de paie în satul ecologic Fri Fro (Liber şi Fericit) din Egebjerg, Danemarca.. Este una dintr-o colecţie de case din baloţi unice care formează acest sat.. Casa ei a fost inspirată de o scoică pe care a găsit-o pe o plajă din Malaysia..

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  • Title: A beautiful natural home, "harmful to the rural character of the locality" say Council
    Descriptive info: Two month death sentence because the,.. benefits of the development did not outweigh the harm to the character and appearance of the countryside.. The deadline has passed.. Thanks to all of you.. Pembrokeshire Council's Facebook Page.. continues to be inundated with messages of support for Charlie's retrospective planning application.. Recently the council have shown some measure of willingness to reconsider their decision.. The story is by no means over but there is hope.. Here's an update [13th October] from.. Charlie and Megan.. ,.. Hi, just a quick update for all the folk asking what the latest news is.. Currently we're still living in the house and waiting on a decision from Pembrokeshire County Council regarding our retrospective application.. We're feeling fairly confident that everything will be OK in the end.. We'll update everyone, as soon as we hear anything.. These kind of things have been known to drag on for years.. in the mean time, life goes on.. Thanks for all the words of support! Bless up and get building.. Official.. petition to save Charle's house.. Charlie, who built this beautiful straw bale roundhouse, is a young man with a young family and like many finds it impossible to afford a home.. In Charlie's case he had three things going for him.. First his father owns a big enough plot of land for Charlie to build a home.. Second, the land was right next door to.. Lammas ecoVillage.. in Wales where there is plenty of natural building experience, inspiration and community spirit to help Charlie.. Finally, Charlie had been living with his partner Megan in a damp caravan for the past 4 years.. With a baby on the way Charlie felt he had no choice but to build his house without the  ...   high embodied energy.. This method of building is what.. SunRay Kelly.. calls.. Evolutionary Architecture.. and what.. Ben Law.. teaches to architects who want to learn about sustainable natural building.. It took Charlie a little over a year to build his home with a.. reciprocal green roof.. and lime plastered straw bale walls.. All in all it cost Charlie about 15,000 ($23,000).. Watch this short video from film makers.. Living in the Future.. where Charlie tells his story.. Charlie and Megan applied for retrospective planning permission from Pembrokeshire County Council who decided that this wonderful, unobtrusive, sustainable home should be demolished consigning Charlie, Meg and their child back to their cold and damp caravan.. As of the 1st August 2013 Pembrokeshire County Council's enforcement say the property must be demolished within 2 months because,.. This is the rural character close to Charlie's home on.. Google Street View.. The picture above is a poster you can use in your social circles (at full size) to invite your friends and followers to support Charlie.. Follow the buttons to.. Facebook.. Google+.. and.. Twitter.. and/or click the Pinit button to share it with your Pinterest followers.. More articles around the web:.. BBC.. Wales Telegraph.. Daily Mail.. Telegraph.. Turkiye Gazetesi.. Wales Online.. A note on planning:.. The Welsh government has guidelines for development of settlements in the open countryside called 'One Planet Developments'.. This is the.. Technical Advice Note 6.. (PDF 6Mb) Planning for Sustainable Rural Communities,.. otherwise known as TAN6 with.. Tony Wrench's roundhouse.. on the cover which was itself once under demolition threat but was eventually granted planning permission in September 2008.. Charlie Hague Megan.. PLEASE sign the Official.. Petition to save Charlie's House.. [released for signatures by Charlie and Megan 5th August 2013].. Tweets about "save-charlies"..

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  • Title: Natural Building Articles, a visual display of natural homes where you select what you are interested in.
    Descriptive info: Natural Building Articles: A visual random display of natural homes for your blog.. Select an article tag.. tag.. all.. adobe.. bamboo.. cave.. cordwood.. cob.. offgrid.. roundhouse.. strawbale.. strawclay.. stone.. timber.. tiny.. vernacular.. video.. or a portfolio of homes.. portfolio.. cae mabon.. cob cottage.. You can use this code to put the display in your blog.. You will find details about how this widget is configured.. here..

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  • Title: Natural Building Styles and Techniques around the World No.1
    Descriptive info: Natural Building Styles and Techniques around the World, No.. 1.. page 1 of 3.. This is a collection of shortcuts to pictures of natural homes from all over the world.. Click on any of the pictures below to visit the page, read more about the house, follow links to builder's or owner's websites and, if you are a Pinterest user, add the picture to your collections in Pinterest.. When you visit the page you may also see some of the following icons:.. You'll find an explanation for each on the.. about.. pages.. If you would like to learn how to build homes like these we have a list of.. Natural Building Workshops.. If you would like to read in more detail about some of the natural homes and natural builders then we have a growing collection of articles about.. Natural Building.. Select 'styles' from the menu above for different styles of natural buildings like.. straw bale.. cob homes.. Settlers cabin in Kitchener, Canada.. The natural plaster work over the wooden laths inside the cabin was done beautifully and in keeping with all natural homes by Ben at The Lime Plaster Co.. A tiny house inspired by Saami Torvkata and Yurts.. Taking inspiration from Saami (native Scandinavians) torvkata (turf hut) and yurts, Daniel cut a 3m x 3m hole into a sunny hillside 1.. 5m deep.. The Roundhouse at Felin Uchaf, Wales.. You are only seeing the roof of an underground roundhouse which is impressively illuminated with a strong shaft of light.. The cave homes of Matmata, Tunisia.. The homes are built by digging down to form a large courtyard and then excavating into the walls to form caves.. The Cob Herb Roundhouse at Felin Uchaf, Wales.. The stem wall of the roundhouse is made from local slate.. The cob walls are lime plastered topped with a turf reciprocal roof and decorative slated eaves.. Mud and Stud House.. Mud and stud is similar to 'wattle and daub' but the mud is supported by vertical riven lathes nailed to horizontal rails between the posts of an elm frame.. 14 Golden Rules of Straw Bale Building.. This is a video tour of Susan and John Glassford's home in Australia.. Straw bale house, Wales.. This is Simon Dale's new home in Lammas ecoVillage.. It cost about $6,000 to build, maybe a bit less.. Straw bale house, Canada.. Chris built the straw bale house in 2004 using earthen plasters and all local materials.. It's an off-grid home without a straight wall in the house.. Natural Bathroom, Czech.. Max has used natural clay, roundwood, stone and mosaics to bring a stunning mixture of textures, patterns, colour, warmth and light into the room.. Women Natural Builders.. These are women building the Earth Sanctuary, part of Kleiwerks which helps women to learn natural building skills to build sustainable communities.. Lime Sgraffito Tile.. Raquel Rodriguez uses clay tiles as a base to which she adds lime putty mixed with sand to form a base coat which dries for 5 days.. 12 slip-straw in a traditional timber frame.. The natural colours and textures of clay with wood make for a beautiful simplicity.. This is the work of  ...   roof of this tiny cottage in Finland is made from a ring of roundwood timbers interlocking and supporting one another.. Straw bale house, Denmark.. Poula-Line built her straw bale home in Fri Fro (Free and Happy) ecoVillage in Egebjerg, Denmark.. Cob house, England.. This cob cottage in Deddington, England cost almost nothing to build.. It was built by Michael Buck almost exclusively from materials from his farm.. A woodland straw bale house, Wales.. Part of the inspiration for Simon's home was his neighbour Tony Wrench who pioneered the reciprocal roof.. Clay pargeting by Andy Goldsworthy.. This design in clay is in a refuge near Digne-les-Bains in the South of France.. Rachel built this beautiful straw bale home almost exclusively with women.. It stands on a hill up a narrow path above the 12th century St Dogmaels Abbey in Wales.. Tiny cob house, England.. Something magical happens when sunlight dances of the surface of water making patterns on the wall.. Child's timber frame playhouse, England.. It's one of the many tiny garden homes hand crafted by Alban Bunting for his Grandchildren.. Natural building, Mexico.. Cob is a mixture of clay, sand and straw used for building beautiful homes.. Cob cottage, Canada.. This is an inside out view of Kate's 1,200 sq.. ft (111 m2) cob house on Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada.. Straw bale barn, England.. It's a two storey load bearing straw bale barn.. The ground and first floor are for bird-watching and the roof space for barn owls.. Oak framed roof, England.. You are looking at oak timbers as they were built over 500 years ago.. Earthbag dome, Australia.. apprenticeship A naturally built dome's roof is especially difficult to protect from rain.. Sami turf house, Sweden.. This is a traditional summer turf home for the Sami people of the northern Scandinavian countries.. Half-timbered medieval homes, France.. The lane is lined with stone and half-timbered 14th to 16th century homes.. Adobe brick and stone Igherm of Morocco.. This one, some 400 years old, had fallen in to disrepair like many others in the region.. Cob is a mixture of clay, sand and straw that allows you to sculpt beautifully shaped homes like this one in Oregon, USA.. Thatched roundhouse, Wales.. This stone walled thatched roundhouse is the storytelling room and centrepiece at Cae Mabon which was created over the last twenty.. Lisa and Rich built the house with clay from the stream and roundwood Pine and Hawthorne thinned from the local woodlands.. Timber grist mill, USA.. At the turn of the 20th century more than 500 grist mills were in operation in West Virginia, USA.. Nenet Choom, Russia.. The choom, home to the nomadic Nenet, uses reindeer hides wrapped around wooden poles.. Straw bale house, USA.. The straw bale home has a phragmite reed thatched roof, earthen plasters with natural paints and uses solar electricity.. The door to a Finnish natural home.. This door was designed and made by artist Heidi to welcome people to her straw bale, cob and earthbag cottage in Finland.. Stone arch landscape art, Portugal.. This arch is on the edge of a river that winds its way through the Parque Paleozoico de Valongo..

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  • Title: Natural Building Styles and Techniques around the World No.2
    Descriptive info: 2.. page 2 of.. 3.. Natural living in Poland.. Joanna grows lavender on her small farmstead in northern Poland.. She makes creams, oils, scented bags, syrups and other beautiful crafts like felted clothes.. Ornee Cottage, Ireland.. It was built in 1810, a fine example of a style called ornee, or ornamental cottage.. Chalk rammed earth house, England.. Depending on the weather and the time of day the building lights, warms or cools itself without producing a scrap of CO2.. Cob house kitchen, USA.. This is Ianto and Linda's kitchen in their cob home in Oregon.. They run the Cob Cottage Company and have inspired many of the world's natural builders.. Thatched Oak Frame Town Hall, France.. It was originally built in the nearby town of Selles, 12Km away, in 1420 by English carpenters during the Hundred Years War.. Thatched oak framed house, England.. This oak and wattle daub cottage is already 500 years old and will most likely survive the next 500 too.. Natural homes of the USA.. A collection of naturally built homes around the USA.. Pattern No.. 180 Window Place.. Everyone loves window seats, bay windows and big windows with low sills.. Slip-straw house, USA.. This tiny traditionally built timber frame slip-straw house was build by women for women near Asheville in North Carolina, USA.. Treehouse, USA.. This is the treehouse at Turtle Island Preserve, an Appalachian farm in Boone, NC, USA.. Cob school, Argentina.. A cob waldorf school in Lago Puelo, Argentina.. Tiny straw bale house, Denmark.. This is Poula's tiny straw bale Smurf House.. She built it as a temporary place to live while she was building her straw bale spiral home.. Cob roundhouse.. USA.. This is Ziggy and April's cob roundhouse at Dancing Rabbit ecoVillage in Rutledge, Missouri, USA.. Stone and turf building, Iceland.. When one creates green roofs the houses themselves become part of the landscape.. Freidensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000).. Thatched oak cottages, England.. These are some of the oak frame wattle daub cottages in Wherwell, England that were built in the early 16th century.. Treehouse, Canada.. This tiny egg shaped treehouse shelter is hiding in the hemlock forests of Whistler, Canada.. Natural materials sculpture.. This is 'Cedro di Versailles' by Giuseppe Penone in the Art Gallery of Ontario.. Dry stone water cistern, USA.. This is 500 tons of Colorado sandstone, some gravity and Thea Alvin floating 12 feet (4m) down at the bottom.. Blackhouses, Scotland.. These are the stone blackhouses of Gearrannan on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland.. Originally built to share with farm animals.. Japanese joinery.. This is the entrance to one of the 400 year old stone houses on the banks of the Vltava River.. Design for cob outhouse.. Most homes start their life as  ...   people, on and off, over two weeks mixing cob early in the morning and then building with it later in the day.. Straw bale house, Poland.. This is a straw bale home built by natural building architect Paulina.. The cosy cottage is near Warsaw in Poland.. Cob house kitchen, England.. This is the interior of one of the cob homes by Adam and Katy of Clay Works.. Clay Works are based in the UK and supply beautiful clay plasters.. The individual bits of wood [please use scrap heat treated HT pallet wood] are hinged on a column of elastic allowing you to change the shape of the walls.. Stone fishing station, Iceland.. This is one of Iceland's fishing stations under a big cold Icelandic sky.. It's built using thick dry stone walls with a timber roof under thick insulating layers of turf.. Thatched homes around the world.. Here's a collection of thatched homes around the world.. Thatch can have an extremely long lifespan on a building.. Stone blackhouse, Canada.. This is a traditional Scottish dry stone home called a Blackhouse however it's in Canada.. Here are some in blackhouses in Scotland.. Clay obos, Cameroon.. These are clay catenary domes, called obos, of the Musgum people in the Cameroon.. They provide efficient cooling in the baking heat.. Arsh of the Toda People, India.. In the Nilgiri hills of Taml Nadu, India live the Toda people in rolling meadows and shola forests.. Fulling Mill, England.. This is the Fulling Mill across the River Alre in Alresford, England.. Fulling is the process of removing natural oils and thickening wool cloth.. Straw bale living room, Wales.. This is Rachel's living room inside her straw bale home in Wales.. The home stands on a hill up a narrow path above the 12th century Abbey.. Oak thatched cottages, England.. A natural builder will often reclaim good quality materials from homes at the end of their useful life.. Fire alcove, Spain.. Gaudi, one of the first recyclers, used rejected and imperfect tiles from other projects for Casa Batllo.. It took Charlie about a year to build his straw bale home in Pembrokeshire, Wales.. Cob bathroom, USA.. This is the bathroom at Laughing House, a beautiful cob house in Oregon, USA with a wonderful mosaic.. Cob houses around the world.. Cob, a mixture of clay, sand and straw, is a sculptural building material that has been used to create beautiful natural homes.. Stone, clay and wood Chaitya, Tibet.. The shape of the Stupa, for which there are 8 designs, represents the seated figure of Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha).. Cob house, Romania.. This is one of the cob homes build by architect and natural builder Ileana Mavrodin of Casa Verde in Banat, Romania..

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  • Title: Natural Building Styles and Techniques around the World No.3
    Descriptive info: 3.. page 3 of.. Stone cottages, England.. This is Sunny Place in the small costal community of Robin Hood's Bay, England.. Inuit igloo, Canada.. There's something magical about an igloo lit with candles.. Even more so if the sky dances with the colours of the aurora borealis.. Straw bale winery, USA.. The building is the straw bale tasting room at Black Ankle Vineyard in Mount Airy, Maryland, USA.. Oak framed house, England.. This is a traditionally pegged green oak framed home built by Steve Gumble of Harts of Oak in England.. 900 years of natural building.. Between them these homes are built with stone, lime, clay, bamboo, wood, bark, straw, heather, rice starch, cow dung and reed.. Rocket mass stove, Estonia.. You can feed a rocket stove by placing a long log in the fire box that sticks out the top while it burns at one end in the fire box.. Turf roofed farmhouse, Faroe Islands.. 900 years old and still lived in to this day.. It was used as the bishop's residence back to the 12th century.. Viking farmstead, Sweden.. This oak home is based on Viking evidence from a wealthy farmer's home.. 800 year old church, Norway.. This is one of Norway's stave churches.. Stave churches are typically some 8m (26ft) tall made entirely from wood without a single nail.. Treehouses of the world.. One thing we all seem to have in common is we all love treehouses.. Cob house, Canada.. This home was the first fully permitted cob house in Canada.. Cob oven, Portugal.. The festival has won several awards for using natural building and permaculture principals.. Phragmite reed thatching.. This is Phragmite reed, a large perennial grass found in wetlands throughout temperate and tropical regions of the world.. This cob home is the work of Lisa and Rich who built it with clay from the stream that runs  ...   century oak siege machine at the Tower of London, England.. Storybook architecture, Canada.. On Canada's Vancouver Island you will find a beautiful example of storybook architecture.. T.. hatched stone roundhouse, Wales.. This beautiful stone thatched roundhouse is the storytelling room at Cae Mabon.. Cave living, Cappadocia, Turkey.. The walls are very thick and keep the house cool in summer, while the temperature outside is more that 40C.. Earthbag, cob and straw bale cottage, Finland.. Natural building techniques include a rubble trench, earthbag stem walls dressed in stone, birch bark damp-proof membrane beneath the straw bales.. Straw bale cottage in West Virginia, USA.. The cottage has a rubble trench foundation with exterior straw bale walls plastered with lime outside and clay inside.. Earthen homes Tiebele, Burkina Faso.. These are the earthen homes of the Gurunsi in Burkina Faso.. The men build the house and the women decorate the facades.. Cob house, waterless composting toilet, Wales.. The building is cob, that's a mixture of clay, sand and straw, on a slate stem wall with reeds collected from the nearby estuary for the thatched roof.. Cradle to cradle living, Netherlands.. The hamlet of willow sculptures is a lesson in cradle to cradle living where children write messages about their wishes for nature.. Rocket Mass Heater in Estonia.. Rocket stoves have very efficient combustion, where the furnace temperature ranges from about 1000C up to 1100C.. Khasi Living Bridges of Meghalaya, India.. This living bridge takes generations of the Khasi people to create and will serve them for some 500 years.. Basotho homes in Lesotho, South Africa.. The Basotho hut is slowly, but surely, being nudged out of the Lesotho landscape in South Africa by modern construction.. The Gibbon Experience, Laos.. Local people built treehouses and a network of zip lines through the canopy of Bokeo Nature Reserve to provide accommodation in the treetops to study the wildlife..

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