Green Magic Homes is the company behind the middle-earth inspired abodes, which can be assembled in as little as four days.
“The Green Magic Homes are composed of prefab vaulted panels manufactured with composite laminate materials, confined by walls in reinforced soil,” inhabitat
originally reported. “The structures are easy to assemble and features perforated flaps in order to screw and seal the components together.”
The “green” homes are designed to support a roof of soil and grass, which will allow homeowners to grow their own fruits, vegetables, and other plants.
They come as pre-fab composite laminate panels that are screwed together.
Although it’s a unique idea, agents in major metropolises – such as Toronto and Vancouver, which are already struggling with dwindling development space – likely won’t be showing these to clients anytime soon.
Econ friendly, pre-fabricated hobbit homes are now available and they can be assembled in less than a week – is this the future of housing?