$11,000 and 1 Year: Off-Grid in an Oregon Forest

Be Inspired By This Japanese Forest Home That You Could Build Yourself.

This Japanese design is a simple yet elegant structure that was built at a cost of $11,000.

Built on the coast of Oregon, this project was an experiment at first. The builder sourced nearly all of the structure’s materials by salvaging materials from the nearby communities and the forest itself.

The foot print is just 200 square feet but you will see that the space is used so efficiently that the look and feel is of a much larger home.

The attention to detail is impressive and inspiring. If you want to build your own home that gives the perfect blend of self sufficiency, elegance and comfort, you need to see this virtual tour.

Enjoy the show!

$11,000 and 1 Year: Off-Grid in an Oregon Forest


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