A 21st Century home built using ancient round design and using modern materials can be extra safe and more energy efficient.

Why our ancestors built round houses - and why it still makes sense to build round structures today

Why Our Ancestors Built Round Houses – and Why it Still Makes Sense to Build Round Structures Today 2 Story Round House – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

The 861 square foot (80 square meters) house retains a wealth of period features such as Oak beamed ceilings, a beautiful Georgian range, striking Gothic style windows, as well as unique stained glass windows, surrounded by gardens on all sides.

Round House on the idyllic Thames Canal

House on the Thames Canal in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Built in the 1790 's, along the now disused Thames and Severn Canal from Lechlade to Stroud. Originally, a Linesman's cottage

Why Our Ancestors Built Round Houses – and Why it Still Makes Sense to Build Round Structures Today

Why our ancestors built round houses - and why it still makes sense to build round structures today

The taxonomy of the tree house has the mode of meaning of childhood dream experience the memory can be taken apart to consider the feeling of personal space, independence, adventure and the potential and immortality of childhood

cob house spiral wood ceiling with large dome skylight, reciprocal roof, natural building. This is amazing. Out of all my dream home pins I think this one is my fav.

Curved walk in shower with river rocks! Love the lighting, tile, towel warmers, ambiance

Curved walk in shower with river rocks! Love the lighting, tile, towel warmers, ambiance Lighting

Rafter brackets... maybe we could use these to build the hexagon pergola/arbor

Discover thousands of images about Rafter brackets. maybe we could use these to build the hexagon pergola/arbor

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