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A journey through the world of natural and sustainable living
A journey through the world of natural and sustainable living

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This Welsh longhouse looks wonderful now but not so many years ago it was a complete wreck. The owners, with the help of the thatcher, had to work hard to persuade the local community to support the project. This article has advice on getting community engagement for your project from the Welsh One Planet Council. 

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A beautiful roundwood art studio hand built in 10 weeks.

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Sandra built her tiny shabby-chic retreat on a 14 acre farmstead by converting a 9ft by 14ft hunting cabin [VIDEO].

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The bales for this tiny studio were installed in only one day when friends, family and neighbours came together to learn about straw bale building.

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This is the Lofotr Viking Museum, a reconstruction of the longhouse built from turf and wood close to the site of the original.

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Advertise your natural living products and services with Natural Homes. We have unique ways for you to reach our audience.

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This is a collection of hundreds of natural buildings all over the world. You can search by construction type and/or country. The thumbnail pictures will take you either to an article, facebook album or video about the building. If you have built naturally you can add your work to the collection too. Follow the simple instructions...

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This is a figurt, a fig shaped home based on the yurt. It was built by yurt maker Guillaume de Salvert in France who has been living in it for two years. It's bigger than it looks. [VIDEO]

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A collection of buildings all made with natural materials and inspired by nature [VIDEO].

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All of Sigi's projects are designed to function in synchronicity with their environment. Each building relates to seasonal cycles of sun, wind, and rain to provide natural heating and cooling primarily from passive (free!) sources.
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