Earthship Biotecture
Earthship Biotecture

Pioneered by architect Michael Reynolds in the 1970s outside of Taos, New Mexico, Earthships are passive solar homes made from natural and upcycled materials. Rammed earth tired and glass bottles are just two of the many elements that can be used to build an Earthship. A south-facing greenhouse provides light, heat, and produce.

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Earthship Biotecture
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Earthship Biotecture

Pioneered by architect Michael Reynolds in the 1970s outside of Taos, New Mexico, Earthships are passive solar homes made from natural and upcycled materials. Rammed earth tired and glass bottles are just two of the many elements that can be used to build an Earthship. A south-facing greenhouse provides light, heat, and produce.

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