The tagline for this blog is “pursuing earthliving in the real world,” because that’s what we’re doing here. That’s why I write here and, to some extent, that’s why you read here.
Earth-living. Living off the earth, living within it. The earth’s good for the soul: its sloping hills, its green freshness, its granite stability.
But there are reasons we live in houses and not caves. Plumbing, for one. And privacy.
HOWEVER. A few visionaries have combined the best of the two. They’ve designed their domiciles to reflect the curves of the earth. I wanted to share them with you, so you can click any of the pictures to view the slideshow, A Pattern Language for Natural Homes by Christopher Alexander:
Time to go smear mud on the walls. Little Sheakins should love this. 🙂