Tiny Earthship Style Cabin

By News in Green Home 31 views 28th May 2019 Video Duration: 00:06:49
This mini earthship-style cabin is built with recycled tires and glass bottles, cob, and a gorgeous green roof. It's a 1-room cabin so the bedroom, kitchen, and dining room are all in one open concept space. The bathroom is the only thing that is separate from the living area.

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