Rammed-Earth Encased in Steel Belted Rubber : Earthship Biotecture Materials

Rammed-Earth Encased in Steel Belted Rubber : Earthship Biotecture Materials

House as Assemblage of by-products: For thousands and thousands of years, housing was built from found materials such as rock, earth, reeds and logs. Today, there are mountains of by-products of our civilization that are already made and delivered to all areas. In keeping with the design and performance requirements of a Earthship Biotecture, the […]

Shipping Container Homes – Living Off The Grid

Shipping Container Homes - Living Off The Grid

Container homes are often cheaper and more affordable than traditional homes. They are suited for any person who desires to have a stylish, affordable and eco conscious home. This is one side of the cargo house that has a footbridge from the second level to where the hillside leads up to the parking area, in […]

Earthship Biotecture – Radical Approach to Sustainable Design

Earthship Biotecture - Radical Approach to Sustainable Design

Under the guidance of ‘garbage warrior’ Mike Reynolds, Earthship Biotecture is a radical, and often experimental, approach to sustainable design. Jo Leeder headed to the Earthship Biotecture seminar in Melbourne to learn more about Reynolds and his vision for self-sufficient housing. Some assumed it had something to do with space: ”A spaceship with a garden and […]