Matthew Fromboluti's 'Above Below' Turns an Old Mine into Eco-Housing

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 14, 2010 • References: &
The offer to live in a mine isn't very attractive -- unless that mine happens to be 'Above Below' from Matthew Fromboluti. 'Above Below' is a concept that combines sustainable living and working quarters in an old pit mine.

The Lavender Pit Mine measuring 900 feet deep and 300 acres wide is the sight of Matthew Fromboluti's proposed community. 'Above Below' would feature its own power generator, a solar chimney and a water recycling facility. Read below to find out more about Matthew Fromboluti's ambitious eco-community and to see more underground abodes. Stats for Domestic Pit Mines Trending: Older & Warm
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