Normally, we see the Grand Designs television presenter bestriding some ambitious self-build project the size of a small cathedral. Today, his surroundings are humbler: a woodland cabin between Frome and Shepton Mallet.
But while this quirky residence is not as dramatic as many a McCloud structure, it is, he claims, his ideal home. He built it himself; from the 2,000 hand-planed wooden tiles on the roof and walls to the rabbit-skin rug on his earthen floor.” – Telegraph
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5 thoughts on “Kevin McCloud’s Eco-Cabin”
ummm what is eco friendly about rabbit skin rugs? seems like that was pretty eco devastating!
You know… they do breed like rabbits. ;-D
OMG! He also killed defenseless trees and used them for building and to provide heat! No doubt he removes water from a stream as well. Eco-terrorist!
Thanks Adrian, I wasn’t aware rabbits were an endangered species. this man should be ashamed calling himself eco-friendly.
Maybe be used trees that came down in a storm? jk
we really enjoy your program on gran design so we thought maybe you would like to see ours as well.
if you in the south of spain you can spent a night in our guest straw bale house.
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