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Back To The Nature – Eco-Friendly Houses


Eco-friendly building is all about reduction of the influence that humans have on the environment during construction of houses. Using materials that are recyclable and incorporating waste water management and rain water harvesting into home designs. Other techniques employed are solar powered lighting & heating, rain water harvesting and recycling system, organic waste management system, etc.

Let’s take a look at some of the finest Eco-friendly housing structures of the world. I am sure you too would gape at these amazing structures as I AM DOING NOW!

Orchid House: At $14.2 million, the Orchid House is the most expensive green home that has actually been sold. An eco friendly futuristic house located in Cotswold natural reserve, in England, it features an underground geothermal heating pump, which greatly helps in producing more energy than actually needed.

Colossal Eco-House: Colossal Eco-House is the first zero carbon green house of Andalusia, Spain. It…

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Dining in the Dark?

Jerry Allocca

What is it like to dine in the dark? That’s what we found out at dans le noir in NYC.

I have to say I’ve never experienced anything like it. Total and complete darkness, I can’t remember ever experiencing total darkness. Even at night there is some light from the moon and stars, from street lights and homes, you are never truly in pitch black darkness. But at dans le noir, you get to experience what it’s like in true darkness, where you have your eyes open but see not even a shimmer of light. I can’t tell you how impressed I was with the servers. Of course they are blind and used to it, but after experiencing the clumsiness of having to use my other senses, I was truly impressed.

Also interesting was meeting and talking with others in the dark, where you can’t see any body language, and…

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