Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

For Only $520 She Made This Tiny Home Out Of An Unusual Material.

Tiny homes are truly becoming more and more popular with each passing week, and their popularity is breeding plenty of ingenuity.

The latest incarnation of the tiny home comes from Evelyne Adam in France.

Adam builds tiny bubble shelters that can be placed anywhere without much disruption.

The shelters are built using a timber base that is coated with a mixture of hemp, straw, lime and sand.

The hemp mixture is highly moldable and leaves a lot of room for creativity when it comes to the shelter's shape and design.

Each shelter can be up to 13ft in diameter, but two shelters can also be molded together to create a larger space.

The bubble shelters are incredibly cheap to build as well, with the smallest versions costing around $520 dollars to construct. Thought the bubble shelters are probably ill-suited for a primary residence, it can serve as a sweet little chill spot in your downtime.

The hemp mixture is highly moldable and leaves a lot of room for creativity when it comes to the shelter's shape and design.

Each shelter can be up to 13 feet in diameter, but two shelters can also be molded together to create a larger space.

The bubble shelters are incredibly cheap to build as well, with the smallest versions costing around $520 dollars to construct. Thought the bubble shelters are probably ill-suited for a primary residence, it can serve as a sweet little chill spot in your downtime.

Here's another house you should see: This Man Started With Nothing… 6 Weeks Later Is A Dream In Paradise.

Source: Natural Homes

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