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A few years ago, a group of carpenters began building tiny homes on a property in southwest France using materials from the woods… and today, the forested land looks like it came straight out of a fairy tale! The property is now peppered with tiny shelters and among them is this tiny mud house built by a self-taught carpenter, Menthé, with the help of his community the copeauXcabana.



He adopted his ideas from 16th century French architect Philibert de l’Orme who invented a technique of putting together inexpensive pieces of wood without using nails. This method was widely adopted by the farmers in the past. Although the house is built out of mud, the outside walls are not affected by rain and the roof was built in a curved style to allow more headroom for the loft. The balcony is an ongoing project but it provides a great view of the forest.

All the wood that was used in building the house is from the forest. “I like to work with wood. It’s natural and alive.” Menthé says. He never studied architecture or construction and learned everything from books, the internet and other carpenters. Ever since he was young, he was always building cabins, shelters and shacks. He always wanted to live a simple life and be close to nature; that’s why he built this adorably awesome tiny mud home…



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