A seminal coffee table book for hippies, builders and lovers of the unusual. Originally published in 1973, Shelter by Lloyd Kahn offered a celebration of the imagination, resourcefulness, and exuberance of human habitat, and helped launch the green building revolution. Over 1,000 photos of unique living structures including: windmills, caves, Ethiopian dwellings, iron age huts, Tuareg tents, yurts, early timber structures, Japanese homes, and much more. A charming, inspiring book with the spirit of the '60s counterculture spilling out.
176 pages. 10.9" x 14.2"