Couple Misty and Bryce Marfarians living in the Canadian city, Hamilton, have decided to move. But they did not go to another city or village.
They began to live among nature and began to build their house with their own hands on their property far from civilization.
It is a house built mainly of clay. The Marfarians also used wood and recycled materials.
But building such a house was not at all easy. They used a huge amount of clay that they collected from the bottom of a creek on their property.
Their two daughters also helped their parents, tapping the clay removed from the stream.
The house’s fences and stairs were made with wood harvested from around their habitat.
The cost of building the house was around $1,000 because they had to purchase some materials.
As a renewable energy source, they use solar panels. For water, they have a hand-dug well and rainwater barrels.
For heating, they have a device in each room, they have two toilets and a rocket stove to heat the water in their bathtub.
The house consists of a kitchen, a living room, a dining room and bedrooms.
In the kitchen there is a wood stove and an oven which are also used for preparing food.
All furniture is made of wood and is specially built for this house.
In front of the house there is a terrace where a barbecue is installed and where you can relax.
They also have an orchard and a vegetable garden and raise domestic animals.