Healthy Homes - Te Timatanga Earthship New Zealand



Healthy Homes - Te Timatanga Earthship New Zealand



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Healthy Homes - Te Timatanga Earthship New Zealand
is there a youtube channel?
Two fake Environmentalists and shrewd sociopaths tricking people for getting their job (building a house that's far from being a sustainable Earthship) done.
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definitely a dream
Sarah row is this my sister
É casa ecológica?
Usar os troncos de árvores, não seria contradição do conceito?
Seria melhor usar cimento, que é pó de rocha.
Eu faria a casa de blocos de barro vermelho, estilo fábrica antiga, em meio ao elaborado bosque; fica muito aconchegante.
Essa estrutura de vidros, parece com aquelas estruturas de fabrica da classe média, que fica em cima da casa, fábrica da era moderna.
Por dentro, combinando com o lado de fora; fica bom colocar blocos pequenos de cor pedra mineira.
A sala ficaria no canto, onde está a estrutura de vidro.bo vidro da sala, seria quase do tamanho da parede, vidro de abrir pelo meio, com uma grande cortina, chaminé, e por fora, encostado a parede da sala, até a outra ponta, uma varanda de três metros de largura, com muro de um metro de altura.
the Lot he found to dig this are something else, they either stupid or smoking too much.
£3.40?!!!
I would have loved to be part of that workshop. Seems like a really good experience.
How sustainable is it really, though, when you rely on solar panels and all that goes into making, and maintaining, them? It's not like they can be made there... and they have a LOT of them
Superbe! Très inspirant.👍👏 Merci pour ce partage. From France 🇫🇷
I own a piece of land where Taxi companies have been illegally dumping tyres for years. I wanna build one of these houses out of spite.
As someone who's had dreads, watching the lady with the amazing long dreads dirty with cob made me cringe!!
I am sorry to see a lot of ugly comments. This is awesome!
How can I contact Gus and Sara? I have dreamed of building a earth ship! Was hoping to pick their brain
Garbage is better to recycle rather than live on it.
Chemicals released from heating or decay of garbage will not benefit health.
Wow so cool.
I hate hippies...
For an Earthship, it 's the nicest one I've seen. The Earthship community outside of Taos doesn't have a nicer looking home. The one thing I think is tacky is using old bottles. Doesn't NZ recycle glass? If so why do many Earthship builders pull materials out of the recycling stream to make the home look worse? While you don't see the tires, I think it's wasteful to pull them out of the recycling stream as well. Earthship is a fairly primitive take on a passive home. With just a tiny bit of ingenuity, it could easily be improved to look better, be cheaper to build and/or less labor intensive. I'm going to stay in another Earthship up by Taos in a few weeks. It's a very small studio but since it's just me and my dog on this trip it's better than a hotel. I was considering building one but after staying in 1 I realized it's still stuck in the 1970s mindset and very little innovation make them a poor value today. In Taos the average Earthship is US $ 500,000. Taos isn't Park City or Jackson Hole. It's still a bit ramshackle even if that is starting to disappear. $500,000 while get you a extremely nice home there in comparison. These are very modest homes 20 km outside of town on a windswept Mesa with very cheap land.
I hope the next youtube video on Earthship will will one of someone making some simple improvements as it's long overdue.

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