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Michael Reynolds addresses the Flint, MI water crisis

In this short clip Michael Reynolds talks about the Flint, MI water crisis.  He points out that in New Mexico, where we only get 8″ of annual precipitation, we are able to build buildings that harvest, filter and use their own water four times.  Flint gets 40″ of annual precipitation and it should be […]

By |January 23rd, 2016|

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TBT: Hut-Inspired Modular Earthship

The Hut-Inspired Modular Earthship was built in 2005 and was designed for clients who stayed in the Hut Earthship when it was a nightly rental and loved the building so much that they wanted to build one like it.  The floor plan of the Hut consisted of two round tire rooms connected with a […]

By |January 14th, 2016|

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TBT: The Corner Cottage

The Corner Cottage was built in 2007 and was the first Earthship to feature a second greenhouse along the entire front face.  The floor plan of the Corner Cottage was similar to a two bedroom Packaged Earthship but with the continuous angled front face and gray water planters added in front.  Corner Cottage was […]

By |December 30th, 2015|

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TBT: The Hut Earthship

The Hut Earthship was built in 1999 and incorporated techniques developed while doing a disaster relief demo in Honduras after Hurricane Mitch.  The floor plan of the Hut consisted of two round tire rooms connected with a angled greenhouse containing the kitchen, bathroom and grey water planter.  A Systems Package was built on the […]

By |December 24th, 2015|

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TBT: The Hybrid Earthship

The Hybrid Earthship was built in 2004 and was a predecessor to the Global Model Earthship.  The design combined the simplicity and performance of the Packaged Earthship with the artistry and curves of the Modular Earthship.  The Hyrbid was the first Earthship to incorporate the double greenhouse in the design and a marked increase […]

By |December 17th, 2015|

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The Adaptors – Is the World Ready for Earthships?

Is the world ready for Earthships?

By |December 11th, 2015|

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TBT: The Nautilus Earthship

The Nautilus Earthship was a custom Earthship based with a floor plan based on the Fibonacci series. It was built in 1996 on a lava rock site with full-height tire walls that spiraled up from the ground and were topped with vigas. The outside of the un-bermed thermal mass tire walls were […]

By |December 10th, 2015|

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BLUE OYSTER MUSHROOM SOUP AT EARTHSHIP HQ, TAOS, NEW MEXICO, USA.

by Michelle Locher, Earthship Plant Specialist

The huge beautiful Blue Oyster Mushrooms growing on the elm stumps, in the grey water planters downstairs at the Hive, were made into a delicious Thai soup, for the Earthship staff, on this cold wintry day.

Besides the huge picture-perfect Blue Oyster Mushrooms, our Thai soup also contained Thai basil, […]

By |December 10th, 2015|

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Earthship Biotecture and the University of New Mexico

Earthship Biotecture has partnered with the University of New Mexico to offer an accredited college class in the Construction Technologies department.  “Introduction to Earthship Biotecture” covers the basics of Earthshjp’s integrated design process and construction methods.

This fall we will be offering our third semester of this course.  We hope to develop this partnership into full accreditation for the Earthship Academy program. Click on the link below to register for this class! […]

By |July 15th, 2015|

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Breve biografía de Michael Reynolds

Michael Reynolds es un líder mundial en energías renovables y arquitectura sostenible desde hace 45 años. La amplitud, la profundidad y el alcance mundial de su obra es inigualable. Michael Reynolds diseña y construye casas totalmente autosuficientes, construidas mayoritariamente con materiales naturales y reciclados.

Estas casas se llaman Earthships y se han construido en todo […]

By |May 14th, 2015|

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