At a time when science and technology have become integral parts of human life, people’s awareness towards nature has also tremendously increased. Aligning their daily life with nature has become a motto for them. They resort to building houses in the midst of woods, rocks, caves and abetting waterfronts. Construction materials used in such houses are all-natural such as wood, grass and leaves. For daily use, they use paper content bottles and wares, and herbal cosmetics so that they don’t destroy nature in any way. They find all these leading to better health.
A few “natural houses” are listed here from out of the collection of “Apexpics.” They are worth seeing for appreciating the people’ quest for nature.
The Rock Restaurant of Zanzibar built on a small rock in ocean, using wood and thatched leaves; The Hobbit House in New Zealand constructed making holes in a rock covered by grass; The Dome House, France built over a small rock in dome shape; The House of Stone, Portugal built making use of two big stones, and many more. (h/t: brightside)
1. The Luka Vuerich Hut, The Julian Alps (Italy, Slovenia)
2. The Hobbit Hole, Wales, United Kingdom
3. The Dome House, France
4. The Hobbit House, Matamata, New Zealand
5. The House of Stone, Fafe, Portugal
6. The Wooden Tree House, Portland, Oregon
7. The Rogner Bad Blumau Hotel, Styria, Austria
8. The Kandovan, Iran
9. The Rock Restaurant, Zanzibar, Tanzania
10. The house near the water, Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina
11. Cave Dwellings, Cappadocia, Turkey
12. The house with a grassy roof, Ksёnzhitse, Poland