This delightful, creative, free-form, hand-built earthen house in Washington's Independence Valley has been aptly described as a 'magical dwelling in the woods'.
A wonderfully individualistic, bohemian two story house, it was built by Gregory Crawford.
There's no mortgage and Gregory had permission to build his piece of art by the generous landowner.
The little presumably off-grid dwelling was recently screened on the television show Peak Moment where Gregory explained the cob and wattle structure in detail. Peak Moment is an online TV series featuring people creating resilient and self-sustaining communities.
Click here to watch the video and find out more...
Sunday, August 12, 2012
A Tiny Funky Rustic Hand-built Earthen House...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 8:50 AM
Labels: back to basics living, bohemian house, cob construction, free-form house, gregory Crawford, hand-built house, Independence Valley, off-grid living, Peak Moment, self-sustaining communities
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How wonderful to live here, mortgage and debt free. Makes me wonder why more people don't live like this instead of burdening themselves with financial woes.ReplyDelete
burdening indeed........ we humans seem to have lost so much of what makes life mysterious and satisfying.....ReplyDelete
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