This is an old house in a remote village in the state of Tamil Nadu in Southern India. Back when my husband's grandparents lived in the village, each caste (sect) lived on its own street. This house is on the brahmin street. Many of the brahmins left and this street is the most deserted in the village. They left for Chennai or other cities. I'm looking at the decorative elements like columns, carvings. And, colors and textures.
iglus polo norte - Pesquisa Google
Buhay Kubo - the indigenous house of the Philippines and still lived in by many in the Philippines. (This is one of the nicest Buhay Kubo I have ever seen, but there are some very nice ones.)
Bahay Kubo is an indigenous house used in the Philippines. The native house has traditionally been constructed with bamboo tied together and covered with a thatched roof using nipa/anahaw leaves. A Bahay Kubo is an icon of Philippine culture as it represents the Filipino value of bayanihan, which refers to a spirit of communal unity.
Casa com flores..muitas!!
Ceramic domes by Laurie Spencer. Just googled her, these are great- they remind me of Ald'ruhn in Morrowind.
Vietnam ~ A Rong, village meeting house of the Banhar minority in the Central Highlands
Rondawel (from the book Africanismo)
I can get so materialistic looking at all of these beautiful homes on pinterest. My dream home is the home God calls me to live in and if that's a hut, so be it.