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As urban architecture reaches ever-greater heights, a new generation of country homes seeks to preserve rural, often protected, landscapes by burrowing downwards. Dominic Bradbury reports on what lies (elegantly) beneath.

Bringing the house down

HOLMEWOOD HOUSE, Helen Hamlyn - Built underground, with a grass-covered roof, this extraordinary home is light, modern - and full of antiques. Could this be the future of the English country house?

Just love the roundness of this. Beautifully well-designed underground home from 1983 for sale in Denison, TX

Beautifully well-designed underground home from 1983 for sale in Denison, TX.Heres your house babe

Underground Zero-Carbon Home in England

Underground Zero-Carbon Home in England

bolton eco house in england, an underground zero net carbon building.

Stone Desert Home in Greece- Underground home- eco-friendly, utilizing natural light and heat, and cooling cross-winds

10 Amazing Underground Homes

friends arriving, looking for your home.' :-) Stone Desert Home in Greece- Underground home- eco-friendly, utilizing natural light and heat, and cooling cross-winds.

Jim Mortensen had a plan to beat the high price of oil during the 1974 oil embargo. He’d build an energy efficient underground house. With help from friends and family, Jim Mortensen and his wife Mickey spent about eight years building their underground house moving in in 1983. The stone facade is from rock the couple collected by hand from their land. Jim made the mortar while Mickey laid all the stone.

Dora man takes decades to build it, but he has underground home of his dreams

Jim Mortensen had a plan to beat the high price of oil during the 1974 oil embargo. He’d build an energy efficient underground house. With help from friends and family, Jim Mortensen and his wife Mickey spent about eight years.

Portsea House: a curvaceous home by Wood Marsh Architecture eschews the Australian resort town norm | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine

Portsea House: a curvaceous home by Wood Marsh Architecture eschews the Australian resort town norm

Portsea House: a curvaceous home by Wood Marsh Architecture eschews the Australian resort town norm Architecture Wallpaper* Magazine

This amazing Icelandic home is buried beneath the earth

This amazing Icelandic home is buried beneath the earth

Reykjavik-based architects, Studio Granda have embedded a tiny home into the hilly Icelandic landscape using similar construction techniques as their Viking ancestors.

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