How to build a house of dirt from scratch
I’m going to be building this house of mud from scratch.
It’s a small, low-maintenance house, with a central deck for the main living area.
A deck for a bath, a kitchen, a living room, a laundry, and a bathroom are all in one piece.
It won’t be as tall as most houses of this size, but I want to minimize clutter and maximize efficiency, so I’m leaving a little room for additional living space and storage space.
The interior is covered in a thick layer of dirt, and there’s a dry-waste disposal system built in for easy and permanent storage.
As the house is made of clay and dirt, it needs to be fairly sturdy.
I’m not going to worry about the house breaking down at some point, but the materials will need to be sturdy enough to withstand the rigors of long-term storage.
That includes wood, concrete, and steel.
This house is designed to be easily dismantled, with the exception of the main house, which is made up of two halves.
The first half is made from recycled materials and is designed for easy removal.
I don’t want to worry too much about the second half being used as a storage unit for my household goods, so that half is just used for the exterior wall.
This is a house with lots of room for storage and some storage space for the tools and equipment.
The interior has lots of space to maneuver around, but it’s not going anywhere.
I’ve spent the last couple of years studying the designs of houses and their construction to make sure they’re both simple and effective.
The main house is my house.
Now I’m ready to go.