Olav Bergo

Olav Bergo

Ex chief editor of BA of Bergen, center-left tabloid with guts.
Olav Bergo
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fast steps. fill with cement little rocks. Maybe idea for lakehouse

The 2 Minute Gardener: Photo - Landscape Timber Stairs The decomposed granite and stabilizer filler is to pricey for me. Concrete or pebbles option maybe.

Insect Hotel step by step Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

Insect hotel - Sustainable ideas including an explanation of the materials used, which insects they provide a habitat for and why you want that insect. This would be perfect to have as a project to build with a youth program

This past spring, we introduced the Ecocapsule, a mobile micro dwelling that allows you to live off-the-grid, anywhere in the world. Developed by Nice Architects, this solar-powered shelter concept has recently come to fruition and hit the market—it’s currently available for pre-order as part of a limited-edition run of 50 pods. The Ecocapsule comes clad in an insulated fiberglass, rooftop solar panels, and an aluminum shell with four wheels for easy transport. In addition, it has two…

This past spring, we introduced the Ecocapsule, a mobile micro dwelling that…

Shelter House by Franklin Azzi Architecture

The Shelter House by Franklin Azzi Architecture is located in Yport, near Normandy, France. The two expansions which protrude on opposite sides of the house, resemble wings with covered patios and rooftop terraces.

Cheap Chicken Coop | Cool DIY Projects & Homesteading How-To’s | Pioneer Settler | DIY Projects and How-To’s with Pallets at pioneersettler.com

There are many benefits of elevating your coop from the ground. It keeps you flock’s feet dry during wet weather, it lets them move freely around the coop and adds protection from predators. Build your coop at least feet above the ground.