A collection of amazing underground houses around the world
- Gary Nevilles Underground House
Far from classification as boring bunker, this view is reflected not only takes into account their environmental impact, but remains in line with the quiet meadows and expansive and the surrounding slopes. The positioning and orientation of the property has been carefully thought out, building materials are locally sourced and traditional construction methods to be used when possible. A geothermal heat pump will provide heating and photovoltaic panels and wind turbines on the site will generate renewable energy.
- Cumbria Underground House
Local architect John Bodger designed this house for Phil and Helen Reddy. It was designed so that a two-storey underground house is cut into the rock. It is built on a former quarry.
- Greek Isles Underground House
An underground house designed by Deca Architecture, this house is specially designed to withstand wind conditions in the Aegean Sea. It was cut in the ground so that only the second story is visible above the ground and is built with mostly natural materials.
- Swiss Mountain Underground House
In the Swiss village of Vals, this underground house stands apart from the rest. It was a collaboration between Netherlands architects at SeARCH and Christian Muller Architects.
- Sedum House
Sedum House is expected to be the home of the future. It lies in the steep Sand Hill River in northern Côte Norfloak. The sun is the main point on which the house was designed. The Hood wooden cover the main rooms on the first floor. The cap keeps the heat away from the windows in summer, but in winter the house is not exposed to sunlight. At the bottom of the house is built of flint. The four rooms in the house is buried in the underground tunnel and soil cover allows natural insulation.