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Bottle walls are used in earthships such as this earthship bathroom, located in Phoenix Earthship, Taos, NM, USA.

To paraphrase an oilman referring to oil wells; I think reading nooks are great and everyone should have one.

better than any window seat that I have ever seen- beauty and comfort in imperfection. I really want to curl up in it right now with a good book! bluepueblo: Reading Alcove, Spain photo by speedboat

Superadobe. Method is laying coils of earth fill bags in a circle, held together with barb wire, then apply stucco to interior and exterior

I have been distracted by earthbag housing..

earth bag dome home - coil pot style construction with sand bags covered with adobe - casa sustentável

Natural light and rounded edges/corners.

Wondering about cob vs earthship. I suppose the food growing would be one major difference, but what else? I've seen a lot of great cob living spaces and I'm sure it's possible to combine - earthship construct with cob styling


This lofted bed and nook would be great for a kids bed and private space.

Cob, cobb or clom is a building material consisting of clay, sand, straw, water, and earth, similar to adobe. Cob is fireproof, resistant to seismic activity, and inexpensive. It can be used to create artistic, sculptural forms and has been revived in recent years by the natural building and sustainability movements. Greenhouse.

My interest in organic architecture springs from visual "wow" reaction to the work of James Hubbell, architect and sculptor, about 13 years .

looks cozy

An entry from Emilialua

cosmic-dust: autumnwindprod thehermitage dandelionghost interioralchemy via nomadicway

inside home designed by Javier Senosiain

I assume this is a bathroom sink or a really funky interior fountain--Javier Senosiain--WOW!

Outdoor shower

A unique outdoor dividing wall using concrete and wine bottles. I like the idea of using this to make an outdoor shower!

i want to mix cob walls with a yurt roof.  My window

A beautiful cob home in England This stunningly beautiful tiny home with sculpted cob walls looks out over the banks of a small stream in Somerset, England where the local dialect still has remnants of the Anglo-Saxon language.

Earthship Biotecture: Hut Kitchen. An indoor garden right off the kitchen and a tree in your house?...of course lol.

Here is an Earthship interior, with the usual large area of tropical plants under the greenhouse glass and a light-filled kitchen. Grow your own bananas inside your house!