The Eco-Friendly Hobbit House Of Wales

Dale ensured that every element of the house was constructed in harmony with nature. The frame of the house is constructed from oak thinnings that were gathered by the family while the walls and other foundations were constructed from stone and mud. To insulate the house, the family used straw bales in the floor, walls, and roof.

Interior Design Of The Hobbit House Picture

Roof Of Green Friendly Hobbit House

Hobbit House Construction

Lime plaster was used for the walls, recycled wood for floors and fittings, and windows, burner, plumbing and wiring were all constructed from recycled material the family collected. Aside from the building materials, the house’s design allows for sustainable living too. There is a skylight in the roof for natural light in the day, solar panels provide electricity, water is collected from a nearby spring, the fridge is cooled from underground air, water on the roof is used for the garden, and the toilet is used as compost.

Hobbit House Inside Photograph

Interior Design Of The Hobbit House

Video Of The Amazing Hobbit House

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