House of Clay - Women Builders of the Namibian Himba Tribe

  • Earth and dung have been in use for thousands of years as a building material, but few houses surpass those built by the women of the Himba tribe. Like giant pots, these tiny houses they keep the occupants cool in the day and warm at night. This is sustainable green building at its best, designed to fit the environment and melt back into the landscape when the family moves on.
    Please Donate to support our research: paypal.me/NomadicArchitecture
    Visit our website and buy our book here: www.nomads.org/Books.html

    Category : Dokumentationen

    #house#clay#women#builders#namibian#himba#tribe

arrow_drop_up
UA-141698663-1