What a dream come true to live in such a sustainable, beautiful home! The innovation behind this design is so inspirational!
“Mickey Muennig built this glass domed hut to serve as temporary accommodation during the construction of a main house in 1975 and still found himself living there 18 years later. The Green House has a 16 foot diameter and features natural stone walls with a glass teepee roof which was part of an experiment in exploiting passive solar heating for a sustainable dwelling.”
Read more: http://homeli.co.uk/glass-domed-greenhouse-hut-in-big-sur-california-by-mickey-muennig/
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Great hiking and trekking destination for nature enthusiasts!
“Modalen is a municipality in the Nordhordland district in the northern part of Hordaland county in Norway. Modalen is very sparsely populated, in fact, only the municipality of Utsira has less inhabitants. Most of the residents of Modalen live in the main Modalen valley which extends eastwards from the end of the Romarheimsfjorden. The small population, combined with a large income from hydro-electric power production, has given the municipality the ability to give all its residents free wireless internet access in the municipality. They also were the first Norwegian municipality to buy a computer for all students in the municipality in 1993.”