A Gift from Pachamama

This tiny home is near Capilla del Monte, a small city in Cordoba, Argentina. It was built one summer with occasional help from friends by Jan, Andrea (and their baby Lola). The stem walls are made from dry stone collected from the land, or as Andrea would say from Pachamama (Mother Earth). The frame of the house is made from flexible branches of the pepper tree [known as the Aguaribay in Argentina] all bound together with string.” – Natural Homes

See more of this tiny house, a place to live, a gift from Pachamama.

One thought on “A Gift from Pachamama

  1. Heather says:

    “A Gift from Pachamama | Tiny House Living” was
    a very good read and I actually was really happy to find the article.

    Thanks for your effort-Rachele

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