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He built $2K remote dome cabin amid freezing Siberian wilderness (step-by-step)

Bio-architect and handyman Alosha Lynov has experienced his own Tolstoyan Odyssey: interested in natural building, he taught himself to design and build shelters with materials and shapes inspired by Nature that resemble an Arctic version of Antoni Gaudí’s designs.

Alosha pushes his version of eco-construction to the limits so his “buriable” shelters “can handle the harshest and most erratic weather patterns as well as strong wind and snow loads.”

In the first chapter of our series with Alosha, we follow him to Siberia, where he learns from a local how to adapt his curvilinear designs to build a vaulted turf home capable of bringing beauty and comfort to one of the harshest environments, showing “what anybody is capable of.”

Alosha’s longterm plan is to redesign the Earthship Subzero temperatures without sun, what he calls his Wautillarium Autonomous Eco Home.

Alosha teach others how to build his homes and permaculture gardens on his online Bio-Veda Academy.