Well i was there tonight in Bond uni and I wanted to say thank you for the good thing you do.
May the seed you put in people’s head grow as much as you inspire people , I have built a house on my own with mud and bottles and cans and other recycled materials and I am really concern about what I could do better for our mother earth Pachamama.
Thanks for her,thanks for what you’ve done in Haiti.
Hooray for you! Thanks so much for coming on Sunday night. We hope you enjoyed it…
Now that you’re all fired up about radical architecture, here’s couple of avenues to keep you thinking, talking and doing:
Earthship Biotecture Website. Michael Reynolds’ homepage. Which includes a signup facility to their global network.
by Michael Reynolds | go to Michael’s Blog
When Political figures realize that their stature can be greatly enhanced by designating the sustenance of the individual people paramount.
The economy, the corporations and other institutions will be placed in their rightful positions behind the needs of the people.
Published: January 11, 2009
Having hundreds of old tires piled up around your house usually isn’t a look your neighbors appreciate.
But the tire piles around Randy Holladay’s dwelling in Louisa in Central Virginia aren’t just discarded junk — they’re the walls of his home and most of them aren’t visible from the outside.