Eco-home by Steve Areen in Thailand

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Steve Areen worked all his life as Delta Airlines flight attendant and had nothing to do with the construction business. He decided with his friends to build a house of ecological materials in Thailand. For construction of this home Steve Areen spent about 9000 dollars and built the house for 6 weeks. The house is with an area of 47 square meters, and is made to fully meet the tastes and needs of the host, mainly from local materials. In Thailand is always warm and bright. This has made the work for him easier. House with an area of 47 square meters, and is made to fully meet the tastes and needs of the host, mainly from local materials. In Thailand, always warm and bright. Now, the house is electrified by the usual urban network, but in the future, he plans to put solar panels on the roof. The house has two rooms, a bathroom, and a makeshift kitchen.Thai-Dome-Home-by-Steve-Areen-image by http://www.forfur.com/Thai-Dome-Home-by-Steve-Areen-1 image by http://zenworthy.com/Eco-home by Steve Areen in Thailandimage by http://www.bigpicture.si/Home-by-Steve-Areenimage by http://m.hotelier-th.com/Home-by-Steve-Areen 1image by http://www.forfur.com/Home-by-Steve-Areen 2image by http://kab-so.com/Eco-home by Steve Areen in Thailand image by http://urbanista.blog.hu/Eco-home by Steve Areen in Thailand

Steve's bamboo waterfall  faucet!

 

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