Wherever they live, they live off the beaten path. And once they’re there, they build. With their families or on their own, they transform themselves into architects. Tree houses, cave dwellings, circular and angular cabins, temporary huts: their constructions are limited only by their imaginations, and each design responds to the inhabitants’ needs: shelter, nourishment, warmth. Their process is part a wider, environmentally friendly way of life.
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