15 incredible houses designed by nature itself

Despite advances in technology, people are increasingly doing their bit to take care of nature – better-quality, more environmentally friendly things like plastic bottles, cotton bags, and organic cosmetics are now being sold in stores all over the world. Still, humans didn’t stop there, and some even started building eco-houses.

LikeAble collected stunning photographs of houses that Mother Nature helped build. There’s no doubt about it – she’s the best architect there is!

The Rock Restaurant, Zanzibar, Tanzania

© therockrestaurantzanzibar

The Hobbit House, Matamata, New Zealand

© tripadvisor

The Dome House, France

© solaleya

The Luka Vuerich Hut, The Julian Alps (Italy, Slovenia)

© 4sport

The House of Stone, Fafe, Portugal

© pinterest

The Wooden Tree House, Portland, Oregon

© architizer

The Rogner Bad Blumau Hotel, Styria, Austria

© travel

The Kandovan, Iran

© blogspot

The Hobbit Hole, Wales, United Kingdom

© wikinoticia

The Cave House, Troyes, France

© kronic-adventures.blogspot

Clay Huts, Arizona

© drprem

The house with a grassy roof, Ksёnzhitse, Poland

© divisare

The house near the water, Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

© panoramio

Cave Dwellings, Cappadocia, Turkey

© imgur

A hut in the forest

© blogspot.com

Tree House, Hokuto, Japan

© mymodernmet

Preview photo credit lushome.com