Tiny Houses Infographic

Tiny houses infographic

Tiny houses infographic


“Less Is More: The Tiny House Movement

The tiny house trend is on the rise with more and more individuals, couples, and families choosing to trade in space for simplicity. And from college grads to retirees the appeal of a miniature home spans the ages. Shrinking square footage not only cuts down on chores — it’s a lifestyle change all about living with less and decreasing environmental impact over time.” Read more from > Tiny Houses Infographic

Underground Cities

Underground cities of Cappadocia, Turkey

Underground cities of Cappadocia, Turkey


“One of the characteristics of Cappadocia is having plenty of underground cities. It’s known that there are more than a hundred underground settlements in the region and many of them are not open for visits. The underground cities, which are guessed to be used since the Bronze Age, used to be settlements mostly in Byzantine period, doubtless. In this period, increasing invasions forced local residents to build underground cities for protection and religious purposes. Read more from > Underground Cities

Natural Materials in the Workspace

Bamboo coworking space in Ubud, Bali

Bamboo coworking space in Ubud, Bali


Most of our blog posts are about affordable housing made with natural materials. The use of natural materials in the workspace is equally important since we spend so much time there. This coworking space in Bali is changing the way we work. It’s sort of a business incubator with shared office equipment and high speed Internet for digital nomads or location independent entrepreneurs. The concept seems to be catching on as other coworking spaces are popping up around the world. The bamboo design makes this one particularly inspiring. Read more from > Natural Materials in the Workspace

Restoring the Heritage Mud Forts of UAE

Hunnarshala helped restore adobe forts in the United Arab Emirates.

Hunnarshala helped restore adobe forts in the United Arab Emirates.


“Hunnarshala and our artisan groups were invited by Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) to restore four forts in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, a UNESCO City. We worked in collaboration with architect Eike Roswag to restore the centuries old mud forts. More than 150 artisans worked on this project and were handsomely remunerated for it. Read more from > Restoring the Heritage Mud Forts of UAE