Simon Dale is a photographer by trade, but a hobbit home builder by night. The artist has an affinity for creating homes that are from natural material, and Dale’s own version of a ‘Hobbit‘ House are just that– a small residence that has a green roof and is partially underground.
The home is entirely sustainable and was built with straw bale walls that are covered in lime plaster. All else has been recycled scraps to craft the wooden roof structure and other elements. Of course the electricity is all gained via solar panels, and The entire floor plan and building section for the space were hand sketched onto a piece of paper.
And the building costs were only £3000! Imagine living in a glorious hobbit house, without having to spend 30 years of your life in debt.
Well, looks like I have a project to get started. :-)
Survival of all or none.
One raindrop raises the sea.
Weapons are enemies, even to their owners.
Give more, take less.
Others first, self last.
Observe, listen and learn.
Do one thing at a time.
Sing every day.
Eat to live, don’t live to eat.
Don’t put out the light.
This needs to read “What kind of Zoroastrian are you?”