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Sir phone number please
I want mud house
What rubbish??? Ancient India (infact my ancestral home) use to live in such houses....
Brut India, guess you don't do a good research!
With horizontal footprint in cities reducing at a rapid pace, how do these geniuses propose to build high-rise buildings with mud? This can happen in villages and probably tier 3 cities (towns) where there is ample space and linient development control regulations.
Again, sustainability doesn't mean going back in time to primitive materials. Vernacular contemporary architecture advocates modern and more relevant interpretation of local materials. Today, I would feel insecure in terms of physical safety and even social status if I'm living in such a house and trying to make my mark in a city.
I will build a house like this one. No need to be afraid of all hazards of earthquake.
I used to visit my extended family who lived in such a house, in our village, when I was a kid. That's like 25+ years ago.
It is the "brainchild" of every community that progressed from living under rocks to thatched roofs to this. All before use of bricks & cement was possible.
Our villages all ready having such houses, I have been living in such houses since childhood and still visit there during vacation and festivals...
Summer damn good in such houses.
There is only modifications done. Rest all primary idea is not their own...
I want one
Want to know the place nd contact no
Brain child ?? Excuse me ☝️ people in many tribal communities have been making houses like these since ages. You can say inspired but definitely not a brain child. Appreciate their efforts for getting it into the main stream but it’s not something new.
Well arranged video . Good Job.🙂
u need to see this, sustainable architecture!!
Mud houses are common in rural India, and I have lived in them..
Love to live in such kind of houses...
Would love to live in such house....
Not just tribals but everyone all over the world was building with local materials before cement. But these things have to be 'discovered' to become upmarket. Even though we will use the traditional knowledge of building we will still look down upon people who developed this knowledge over hundreds of years