who am i mud hut

who am i mud hut

Who am I mud Hut

This mud hut is designed and carved by natural builder and architect Biju Bhaskar in the land of seekers is a wattle and daub hut finished with a simple touch of red earth.

Who am I mud house has a loft made of bamboo and a small kitchen. West wall has an art work using broken tiles and bottles. This side is also carved using chisel. The whole mud structure has a bamboo column supports vertically and horizontally.

We are so delighted that this mud hut has been listed on Natural Home.org Map in Indian section including with our other two works. Natural Home Map is a collection of homes build by the Natural Builders around the world.

Making of Who am I  mud house can be seen  in our earlier post

See the entire album in our portfolio section

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