Nestled within nature in Northern Arizona is this sustainable tiny home made of Earth owned and built by Cody Lundin.
You may recognize him from various television interviews and magazines. As a professional survivalist for over 25 years, Cody built his own self-reliant earth house which, by the way, is completely off the grid.
One of the main goals, when Cody was designing and building his tiny home was to ensure the interior temperature remains habitable at all times, no matter how hot or cold it may be outside. So the stone floors absorb the natural sunlight throughout the day to help keep the home warm at night. This is especially important during the winter. Cody also utilizes solar power to run his computer, microwave, washing machine, and any other electronics. Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Thank you!
Man Builds Cozy and Sustainable Tiny Home Made of Earth
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I’m so excited to share UNICAT’s TerraCross off road motorhome tiny home.
If you’re the adventurous type, this might be the ultimate living vehicle for traveling and exploring.
Inside you’ll find a kitchen, living area, corner office, loads of storage, bathroom, multifunctional areas, and even a cozy sleeping loft. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you.
Unicat TerraCross Off Road House-Truck Tiny Home
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This video takes you on a guided tour of a 500 acre property created by Frank Lloyd Wright in the desert of Scottsdale, Arizona. There are several creative tiny shelters, dorms, and cabins on the property all designed and built as experiments by the architecture students.
You’ll find a hanging tent, a few cabins, a canvas tent shelter, and more. Students of the Taliesin Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture also get access to a communal kitchen and a studio to work with.
When the students arrive, they’re able to choose a structure to live in for the duration of their stay at the school. Usually this is several months. Then they can choose to remodel, rehab, and work on a current shelter or design and build their own from scratch on the property.
Dorm Cabins at Taliesin West Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture School
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