This is a Sami storeroom (Áittit in Sami, stabbur in Norwegian) in northern Norway. The nomadic Sami built storerooms to return to as they moved from place to place herding reindeer.
This is a Sami storeroom Áittit in Sami stabbur in Norwegian in

The Sami Storeroom

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Helen N Heinz Lohmann
Zumarrad Saravan
Gail Kelly
A green roof like this, using birch bark as the waterproof membrane, will last about 40 to 50 years.
A green roof like this using birch bark as the waterproof membrane

A living roof log cabin

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Amina Sadikay
Louie Coglas
Louie Coglas
Zero carbon building at its best... This living in bridge takes generations of the Khasi people to grow (build) and will serve them for some 500 years [VIDEO].
Zero carbon building at its best This living in bridge takes generations

Living Bridges, India

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Rod Bornales
Paul Beckett
Julie Ann Young Moore
This home was built in 1350 and abandoned in 1885 when the owner died. In 1896 it was bought by the UK's National Trust, their first building, and restored to its former glory using traditional natural materials.
This home was built in 1350 and abandoned in 1885 when the

Alfriston Clergy House

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Diane Dede
Mendez Cariati
Marieke van Campen
There was a time in Wales when if you could build a house in a day and send smoke up the chimney, it would give you the right to throw an axe as far as you could from each corner of the house to claim the land as yours [VIDEO].
There was a time in Wales when if you could build a

Home wasn't built in a day

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Macey Pound
Lorna Marie O'Lynn
Brian Jones