The story behind the design and construction of an urban habitat in less than 10 years was written by Austin-based architect, writer, and artist Aaron Naylor.
It is the story of how he went from being a little kid on the playground to building a life-changing and beautiful project.
The story begins in August of 2011, when he was just 15 years old.
He had just finished a year at high school, which had ended the year before, and was excited about the summer vacation.
He was living on a farm, where he loved to hunt deer, fish, and hike.
He and his friends were enjoying the freedom of being outdoors.
He felt inspired by the view of the cityscape from the farm, and his imagination started working like magic.
“I think I was just like ‘I wanna do something like this!'” he said.
“It was a huge, beautiful thing.
I wanted to build something out of a lot of wood and steel, and then turn it into a home.”
Naylor and his brother Brandon had recently purchased a farm in the city of Wichita, Kansas, where they hoped to expand their farm.
Their first move was to build a greenhouse, which was to be their new home.
Their plan was to install a solar power system, which would provide enough electricity to power the entire greenhouse.
Brandon was in his early 20s, and Aaron, a recent college graduate, was only in his late teens.
They were able to secure a loan from the American Bank for Old Forests, which allowed them to borrow $400,000.
In addition, they received $2,500 from the Kansas City Farmers Market to purchase their first few buildings.
In order to finance their construction, they needed money to build the greenhouse, and they had a lot to think about.
The farm was in the middle of a severe drought, which forced them to turn away many of the local farmers.
They had to find some new buyers for their first building, and found the perfect one in a local construction company.
The company offered to sell the farm for a low price, and when the family saw the price tag, they decided to take the deal.
The plan was for the greenhouse to be completed in just 10 years, but Aaron’s parents, along with Brandon, knew the greenhouse needed work.
“They were very concerned about how we were going to be able to keep up with our energy bills,” Brandon said.
Their concerns were confirmed when Aaron, then only in 10th grade, started noticing a strange odor coming from the greenhouse.
He decided to move the greenhouse into his bedroom and put in a system to clean it out.
It would be the first step in a long, arduous journey to build an outdoor house.
Naylor was thrilled when he heard his first “hooray” sound, and soon began to notice the greenish glow of the light coming from his new home, which he dubbed the Greenhouse.
“I knew immediately that this was going to make me a really, really great writer,” he said, adding that his first story, The Tree House, was named after his home.
Nathan continued to explore his surroundings, and he eventually decided to use wood to construct the house.
He began by gathering some of his neighbors’ materials and laying them out on a table in front of him.
He placed a small plastic bag around the edges to protect it from the elements, and filled it with various materials.
He then cut the edges of the bags with a saw, and stacked them on top of each other in the room.
He would then fill the bags up with clay and then pour them into the hole in the bottom of the house to create a dome.
“That’s where I would place a lot the materials that I would need to build my greenhouse, including wood, and water, and cement,” Naylor said.
The greenhouse was completed in about two years, and Naylor says it was one of the first structures he designed that he was able to live in.
“When I first started working on it, I didn’t think it would be that easy,” he told ABC News.
“My dad was the one that first told me, ‘You know what, you have to work on it.’
He was right.”
After building the greenhouse for just a few months, Naylor was excited to move on to building the house, which took longer.
He took his parents to an old barn on the property and built an enclosure for his greenhouse.
When they returned to the house a few days later, they noticed that a hole had been made in the ceiling.
Naylor took a pair of scissors and started to cut through the ceiling, but instead of leaving the hole, he cut a small opening in the floor to create an exit.
The new floor opened up into the living room, which Naylor describes as a beautiful room.
The room itself has a beautiful blue and green wallpaper, and the windows were