These amazing tiny, asymmetrical cabins, which look like movie sets, are built by Dan Pauly from reclaimed wood. His family used to build barns in Minnesota in the 1800s, and now the son has take-over this green practice.
It’s a privilege to have a big house, but the way mass consumerism is rising up, it’ll be a favor to the planet to discourage this trend. Living in less materialistic manner and go for minimum spaces, that’s what the tiny house movement in the
One of the things about technological breakthroughs and scientific innovations is that they take a long time to reach the consumer level and most often cutting-edge green technology is largely unaffordable and falls beyond the economic reach of most people. That is exactly why a
Recycling is a great practice and I keep posting about artists and DIY enthusiasts giving new life to junk. But, what about recycling in a more productive manner. I came across a project in which an electrician turned an old double decker bus into a
The green home tour is on and during this tour going on in Portland and out of the 21 homes seen thus far, and the Build it Home Tour by Mike and Virginia Malone in Northeast Portland has something extra-ordinary and bizarre to it. Well