Natural and Living Fences

Fences reflect one’s perception of boundaries. Unlike conventional fences that use up resources, natural and living fences provide resources for us.

Journey of Thannal

As part of Laurie Baker’s Birth Centenary Exhibition, Thannal have attempted to reach common man through portraying different dimensions in which we try to spread awareness about Natural Buildings. Go through this brief compilation of the journey of Thannal

Erikarai Cob home under Arunachala

An example to show us how building a natural home is simple, easy and economical, especially when people come together and work as one unit.

150 year old Natural home of a natural farmer

Raman Cheruvayal’s home, a traditional paddy farmer who collects indigenous seeds, setting an example for all the farmers to be in touch ..

Rajagopalan’s Veedu

One of the oldest houses of Wayanad, this cob and straw thatch house is a proof of the resilience of a natural material as humble as mud, standing tough for over 300 years