An American Company Is Producing Hobbit Homes Designed To Be Covered In Grass



    Prefab hobbit homes have become a reality

    A company in Florida called Green Magic Homes is producing these prefabricated homes that look like they were inspired by the Hobbit homes from the Lord of the Rings.

    Prefab hobbit homes have become a reality

    Each home is made up of a variety of prefabricated panels, that are then joined together to create the final form.

    Prefab hobbit homes have become a reality

    Once the modules have been joined together, you can then cover them in grass or flowers, that will help insulate in the winter and keep the interior cool in the summer.

    Prefab hobbit homes have become a reality

    This is what a finished home looks like prior to the installation of green cover.

    Prefab hobbit homes have become a reality

    Watch the video below to find out more about the homes.


    The rope swing in the kitchen of this San Francisco house is a sign that it was designed for a playful young family




    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    Feldman Architecture have designed a house in San Francisco, California, for a couple with three children.

    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    The multi-level home has an open floor plan that merges the kitchen and dining areas, while an atrium lets the light through to the various internal spaces.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    A small green roof adds some life to the top floor of the home, which also offers views of Twin Peaks and Mount Sutro.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    The living room has a large wall that opens up to the backyard, ideal for indoor/outdoor living.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    Pops of yellow in the dining room keep things playful.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    At the core of the home, a three-story atrium, ringed with a spiraling steel stairway, provides the boys room to play within earshot of their parents.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    A rope swing, suspended at the atrium’s center, soars from the kitchen to the underside of the ‘pod,’ a floating office space that serves as an acoustically separate space from the action below.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    Here you can see the different levels of the home, and where the swing attaches to the stairs.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    The reading room, covered in wood, with lots of natural light, is a quiet retreat.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

    The bright white bedroom, features floor-to-ceiling windows, and views of the garden.


    Fitty Wun by Feldman Architecture
    Photography by Joe Fletcher

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