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An animated history of Housing Through the Centuries

Yurts are lightweight and easy to set up and take down, good for when you're moving hungry animal herds to more plentiful locations. Stilt homes are built to withstand flooding and to keep pests out. Skyscrapers, made...

Colleen Moore’s Fairy Castle Restoration at MSI Chicago

This huge fairy castle, a doll house made from 200 exacting components that can be packaged into shipping crates for touring, has been at the Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry since 1949. In 2014, the structure...

Bicycle Powered Tree House Elevator

Why climb 30 feet up when you can bike? Check out Ethan Schlussler’s Bicycle Powered Tree House Elevator:  “I got tired of climbing a ladder six and a half million times a day, so I made a bicycle powered el...

Bare: A bear adjusts to nature at his new house in the woods

Bare, by Helen Dallat and Daisy Gould, "about a bear who moves to the woods, but soon finds out that he doesn't like all the mess!" After this: watch more videos about seasons…

Recreating the balloon house from Pixar’s Up!

Almost a year ago, a National Geographic Channel show called How Hard Can It Be tried to recreate the balloon house from the Pixar movie Up! On Saturday morning, March 5, at dawn, a team of scientists, engineer...

How nomads put together a ger (or yurt)

The nomadic people of Mongolia don’t stay in one place for long. That’s why they live in gers (which American’s know by the Russian name, yurt), a home that is fast and eas...

Casa ecológica de botellas (The Ecological Bottle House)

Built from thousands of plastic bottles, La casa ecológica de botellas was designed and constructed by Alfredo Santa Cruz and his family in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina. Lit with outside light, s...