Homes: From Caves to Eco-Pods
Shelter is essential for all living beings, and forms of dwellings have changed over time depending on needs and available materials. Read about the evolution of homes through the centuries from simple caves to energy efficient and environmentally friendly eco-pods.
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100 bce–present 1485–present Tudor Houses 1800s–present Thousands 1990s–present Sustainable Houses 98,000 bce–present Caves adding rooms Air-conditioners Anasazi Architects bathrooms bce 1 bce bce 500 bce bce present began Blackfeet Brazil builders building material built castle from attack Celsius cliffs by adding commute covered with animal cut stone decorated their caves Eco-Pods existing caves Fahrenheit family lived gentrified Glass Houses goat to let greased skin Greeks and Romans Heinemann Library homes in rock Iglus Industrial Revolution keep cold Kenya Lakota live in yurts lived in palaces moat Mobile homes Mongolia move to suburbs mud or clay Native American Nomads North America North Mankato plantation poor put flush toilets reeds to build renewable materials run-down sheets of flat simple huts Slums called favelas Smart Apple Media solar panels stone foundation stone walls straw roofs Syrian rulers timeline tipis wattle and daub wind turbine wooden frames set wooden poles covered