Modern Caveman: Man Builds A $230,000 House In 700-Year-Old Cave

Posted on June 8, 2017 By

ANGELO MASTROPIETRO: My life before I became a cave man was really quite different. COMM: The pressures of modern life mean that most of us have probably dreamt at one time or another of fleeing to the hills. COMM: But Angelo Mastropietro has made his hermit dream a reality by spending over £160,000 read more

Insane Futuristic Man Cave – The Skysphere

Posted on May 5, 2017 By

If you combine a house on the tree with mechanical engineering, something amazing you can happen. I am in Palmerston North (New Zealand) with Jono Williams who made a high – tech haven that seems to have come from the future today. Living large in a small house – Hello, Jono! – How read more

Inside The Luxury $200,000 Treehouse: MAKING MAD

Posted on February 25, 2017 By

GUY MALLINSON: I’ve always wanted to build a treehouse from a young age. I have finally done it. GUY MALLINSON: This is the Woodsman’s Treehouse. It’s approached through a rope bridge. GUY MALLINSON: And a decompression chamber rather like a, a submarine. COMM: For some it’s a childhood read more

How to Hold a Man Cave Home Party

Posted on February 20, 2017 By

I’m Barbara Kelley, and here’s how to hold a man cave party. Now, what goes on in a man cave? Usually a sporting event, and it’s usually football — since it’s the #1 watched sport in the country — and food. So, I did a little research on what men want for food in read more

DIY Basketball Court Flooring For Your Bathroom | Craftsman

Posted on February 9, 2017 By

Got a case of bad linoleum? Hey, I’m Rob North, and I’m going to combine my love of hoops and hardwoods to turn this old bathroom into my very own basketball court. Start by clearing the deck. Everything on the floor’s got to go. Measure for square footage. Sketch the design and read more

The 0 bedroom, 0 bathroom micro man cave – Offbeat Spaces video

Posted on February 9, 2017 By

DEREK DIEDRICKSON: My name’s Derek Diedrickson. Right now, we’re outside of Boston. And I’m a carpenter, tinkerer, microarchitecturer. Something between those lines. Basically, the start of all this, I think– when I was a kid I used to build a lot of forts. And somewhere around read more