Glass Dome Eco House In The Arctic Circle


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SUBSCRIBE to the Barcroft network: A NORWEGIAN family have built a seven metre glass dome around their off-grid house in the Arctic …

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  1. Lovely house but the cost of it is astounding. It is made of glass and metal panels, wood, mud and straw. Where did all the money go? There are much less expensive ways to make green and sustainable houses. A thatched dwelling with walls of straw and mud, some wood beams would cost a fraction of this. And if you want to grow food all year round, then build a separate greenhouse. It would still be far, far cheaper than this thing, more practical and with similar results in terms of internal temperature of the house, and of food production from a separate greenhouse. It does not make sense to call this an Eco house.

  2. A geodesic dome home made of natural cob inside ???? This is my dream house 💟💟💟💟💖💖 The surroundings are breathtaking too. This couple is living a dream come true. These homes are the future.

  3. Wondering how the plants get pollinated. Do they bring in bees or other natural pollinators that actually belong in that ecosystem? Won't those insects respond to the shortened winter photoperiod and hibernate or estevate?

  4. Absolutely breathtaking, this is the way to live. Closer to nature. Less stress. Less bills. Learn to be self-sufficient. No annoying neighbors, just wildlife and a gorgeous environment. Plus the arctic air is some of the freshest in the world.