Did you see this Kent home on Channel 4's Grand Designs?
Crossway, a house near Staplehurst owned and built by architect Richard Hawkes and his wife Sophie, doesn't rely on mains water or central heating.
The environmentally-friendly house aims to blend into its surroundings and be self-sustaining. It was featured on Grand Designs on Wednesday.
Architect Richard has designed an airtight house for himself and his wife Sophie that is "zero-carbon". The home is effectively a couple of timber-framed boxes resting under a huge, unsupported arch built from 26,000 hand-made clay tiles. The whole thing is topped off with tons of soil and then grassed over.
But from a design that originally resembles an Anderson shelter, the building eventually reveals a huge, Gaudi-esque vaulted ceiling.
Here's the chance to look at some pictures of the property.
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