This roundwood woodland classroom is made from western red cedar, sweet chestnut, hazel, limestone, clay and stone. Most of the materials came from within 200 yards of the building. More at www.naturalhomes.org/woodland-classroom.htm
Nobody knows exactly but it's likely this house was a shoemaker’s cottage. The house is a 2 up 2 down. It was originally built in Washington, West Sussex, England and then saved from demolition when it was moved to Weald and Downland Open Air Museum. The cottage is thought to have been built between 1630 and 1650. More, including video, at www.naturalhomes.org/poplar-cottage.htm
This tiny timber retreat was designed and built without using nails by John Murray. It has a panoramic view of the valley and the mountains beyond. More pictures at www.naturalhomes.org/maqbara-hermitage.htm
Bed & Breakfast in Hightown, United Kingdom. The Guest Room in my bungalow it has a garden view & you sleep in a driftwood bed. It is adjacent to a private shower & WC with easy access to the kitchen, lounge, & then there's The Owl House winner of George Clarke's, Shed of the Year 2015 - Enj...