Amazing Underground Homes HD 2017
With the population growing more and more each year, it was only a matter of time before people started building their homes underground like Hobbits from the Tolkien tale. Mankind started off living in caves, and now we realize that "earth homes" are actually a very eco-friendly way to live. These ten underground homes are so amazing they might make you want to set up camp underground too!
Cave House in Festus, Missouri
Malator in Druidstone, Wales
Hidden House in Lower Silesia, Poland
The Underground House, Great Ormside, Cumbria, England
Sedum House, North Norfolk Coast, U.K
Flower Petals in Bolton, U.K
Stone Desert Home in Greece
Estate Lättenstrasse, Dietikon, Switzerland
Hobbit Home in Vals, Switzerland
Cave Dwellings For Rent, Kandovan, Iran
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Funny how the text refers to overpopulation as the reason for this, yet all of the houses are clearly on large pieces of private land and none actually have any construction above them, making them not save any space at all. As it stands, building a standard skyscraper 1 floor higher creates more living space...
sosouth15 (9 months ago)
This makes me wanna play minecraft
TheBestFortniteClips (10 months ago)
Nice slide show.. make another powerpoint please
John Maul (1 year ago)
anyone know the name of the song used?
Andrea Parisi (2 years ago)
Flower Petals in Bolton, U.K was never built.
Giorgi Bakhturidze (2 years ago)
3.29 it named vardzia in georgia
Galleta de Soda (2 years ago)
2:31 very practical structure
Mellisa Vogel (3 years ago)
it says right in the bible they hid themselves in caves. those are pretty tho'.
TheBestFortniteClips (10 months ago)
The bible says alot of stupid things
danyelah Tabaat (1 year ago)
Sail Petal (3 years ago)
OLIVER HELDENS BACK AT IT AGAIN WITH THAT UNDERGROUND HOUSE
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turnipgoodness (3 years ago)
Now. Imagine how much more efficient some of these would be if they had less square footage!
Amy Rodgers (3 years ago)
I wanted to see more of the insides
The Wizard (3 years ago)
A Blast Door is needed able to withstand 500 mph winds.
The Sunset Limited (3 years ago)
I like this video mainly because of the song.... Please put the song name in the description.... I want to know what artist this is so I can support his work.
Ayla Voets (3 years ago)
I was thinking the same thing. If you find out, let me know!
max Autumn (3 years ago)
Lisa Thomas (3 years ago)
makes so much sense, much easier to protect from the elements!
shanee stanley (3 years ago)
They are very nice homes.....
Asa Jaman (3 years ago)
I used to live in festus Missouri
Bene (3 years ago)
paws mcgraws (3 years ago)
i too was a fetus in Missouri.
emine yilmaz (3 years ago)
This is my dream :) The owner of the underground house were interested in environmental issues.
* Built in the earth, with two floors
* The south facing side was constructed of two layers of strong glass
* Photovoltic tiles were attached
* A layer of foam was used to improve the insulation of the building.
* To increase the light, the building has many internal mirros and windows
* In the future, the house may produce more electricity than it needs
* The system for processing domestic waste is organic
* The use of large quantities of concrete in construction was enviromentally harmful
Jhon santos (3 years ago)
a home to be flooded?
Fish (3 years ago)
i really liked the hobbit house
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Angelique Jones (3 years ago)
This is an EARTHLY Investment. I like it. It is very nice!
Ronald Lindeman (3 years ago)
They were very good looking homes. However, I don't think there are that many spaces available for everybody. I also don't think we humans should be using up every niche of space for houses. Thick insulation, a foot thick closed cell insulation in the floor, 2 feet walls and 3 feet ceiling thick with insulation is cheaper than that much in ground. Build multiunit housing in cities so people can live in the same areas, and leave wilderness to the wild. We can visit the wilderness, but lets not take all the wilderness from the animals.
Alejandra Ivette Torres Rivera (3 years ago)
4 chan house 2:00
Rick Konst (3 years ago)
amazing home @ 1:58
Jonathan Adami (3 years ago)
Too bad Coober Pedy is not in that list ;)
Jennifer Hawrysh (3 years ago)
Z3RO LIN3 (3 years ago)
3:25 "Cave Dwellings For Rent, Kandovan, Iran.... Then you can see a Red Colored Chinese writings on the sides
DemonTaoist (3 years ago)
+ZERO LINE 3:34 The 2 pictures are unrelated. Both are tombs.
Juleen Forbes (3 years ago)
The flower petal home is beautiful
Bharath podili (2 years ago)
how to draw
Michael Denegal (2 years ago)
forget the house.
i like juleen forbes
LadyMidnight31 (3 years ago)
+Juleen Forbes I love the way it looks. Wish I could've seen the inside of the petal home.
Shawna Graham (4 years ago)
You mean the rich will start building. Us regular folk will still live in crap above ground
Melanie McCann (1 year ago)
Ooh, then you should check out Kirsten Dirksen's channel - the one of Mike Oehler 'Idaho man builds...for $50.' Starts slow & makes you wonder but then shows some petty cool places. The guy is way smarter & practical than first seems.
Arun Raj A M G Achrya (4 years ago)
Nice concepts for leaving in order to system of design which keeps it's idea close to nature
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TekReviews (4 years ago)
Man lived in caves then why are the structures in South America over 10,000 years old and there is no CAVE in sight???
TekReviews (3 years ago)
@John Garvey The structures in South America are made of HUGE stone blocks, like you would use in today's skyscrapers. They are not little hut's. They are as accurate as using a laser to build them.
John Garvey (3 years ago)
+TekReview's i think it has to do with being close to the equator and being warmer than most places all year round. def could do that around my house in new england. its way to cold in the winter even under ground 40-45' under the frost line in the ground. then again a wood stove isnt that bad as long as you cut the wood ahead of time.