Viking houses perfectly integtated themselves into the surrounding environment, and were made from natural materials like 'wattle and daub' (branches and clay), or turf (peat) sods. Something modern people have fotgotten! Now architecture violates nature, rather than integrating itself into it!

Viking houses perfectly integrated themselves into the surrounding environment, and were made from natural materials like 'wattle and daub' (branches and clay), or turf (peat) sods.

Viking house, reconstructed in Iceland

BBC - Primary History - Viking house, reconstructed in Iceland. People used local materials. Here they use turf and stones as Iceland had few trees - wonder if this is where Tolkien got the idea for Hobbit homes

Viking

Drinking Horns and Accessories for the Modern Barbarian. Handmade Drinking Horn Tankards, Viking Horns, Cups, and more.

Om husen i staden | Fotevikens Museum

idea for creating a cold storage area in my back yard. Your favorite survival shelter - Survivalist Forum

File:Hobro - Fyrkat - Vikingecenter - Grophus 1.JPG

File:Hobro - Fyrkat - Vikingecenter - Grophus 1.JPG

ribe viking center - Sök på Google

ribe viking center - Sök på Google

http://www.arsundaviking.se/bilder/dalaresa/stornaset.jpg

http://www.arsundaviking.se/bilder/dalaresa/stornaset.jpg

ribe viking center - Sök på Google

Door to Viking hut with thatched roof at the Viking Center of Ribe, Denmark. just a photo

File:Hobro - Fyrkat - Vikingecenter - Grophus 5.JPG

File:Hobro - Fyrkat - Vikingecenter - Grophus 5.JPG

ekestad viking - Sök på Google

ekestad viking - Sök på Google

ribe viking center - Sök på Google

ribe viking center - Sök på Google

Pinterest
Search