This Guy Built His Own Namaste Bubble House And It Looks AMAZING!



How would you like to have your own cozy, nature-inspired home in the countryside of sunny Thailand? Sounds like a dream, right? But for Steve Areen, 6 weeks and $9,000 was all he needed to make his dream dome home come true!

Credit: Steve Areen

Yep, you read that right — $9,000. And if you don’t factor in the furnishings and details, it all amounted to just $6,000. All construction materials were bought in Thailand, and the use of cement blocks and clay bricks ensured that the building process will be low-cost and time-efficient.

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

 

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Oh and did we mention that Steve and his three-man team also managed to include a beautiful backyard lily pond and a wooden rooftop area? 

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

The rooftop is absolutely perfect for when you just want to chill on a hammock, read, do yoga (!), drink beer, meditate…the list goes on!

Rooftop Area

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Using materials such as wood, stones, bamboo and other natural accents and elements also helped keep the cost down, as well as maintain the earthy, all-natural vibe of the house.

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Who needs a huge mansion when you can have a beautiful, relaxing, eco-friendly house that lets you enjoy and appreciate the beauty of nature?

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Credit: Steve Areen

Steve’s beautiful home is also a good reminder that sometimes, you don’t need a shitload of money to make your dreams come true. With help from friends and a streak of creativity and resourcefulness, you can create something you love and that fulfills your passion.

Credit: Steve Areen

See more of Steve’s dome home here.


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