In addition to the self guided tour that goes through our Earthship Visitor Center daily, we also have 2 kinds of guided tours.
Guided tours are generally reserved for groups of 10 or more, however, we can accommodate a smaller group for a minimum of $100.
1) The Guided tour through our Earthship Visitor Center includes:
Admittance to the building which is very similar to a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, packaged...Read More
"The reason tires are not considered a green building material anymore is because the technique originated in a time when there was no way to recycle tires, so they simply went to landfills. Today there are tire recycling programs all over the world. Old tires are made into new tires, and every time a tire is not recycled, it drives up the price of new tires and more raw materials must be extracted." --Cowichan...Read More
November 14, 2014:
Someone was asking about our temperatures at the Earthship in Calgary, Canada... We are running at +18 C (64.4 F) when it is -18 C (-1 F) and more with the wind chill.
November 16, 2014:
-4 C (24.8 F) Outside, +24 C (75 F) inside.
November 17, 2014:
-18 C (-1 F) outside, +18 C (64.4 F) inside at 8am
November 29, 2014:
Trapped in the Earthship by a giant...Read More
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...Read More
Take a look inside Earthship, a sustainable and self-contained green building in Taos, New Mexico and check out exclusive behind the scenes photos of our latest collection, Out Of The Blue.
One of the biggest factors in planning a shoot is finding a location that complements the story and clothing. For the Out of the Blue homepage we knew New Mexico would be the perfect backdrop; from white sands, to endless...Read More
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About Earthship Biotecture
Earthship construction drawings are designed to meet standard building code requirements so you can get a permit no matter where you are. Earthship Biotecture is beyond LEED Architecture. Earthships are green buildings that meet standard building codes. EarthshipBiotecture is based on the work of principal architect, Michael Reynolds. (see: media resume)