The future is now!

Radically Sustainable Buildings.

Earthships can be built in any part of the world, in any climate and still provide you with what you need to survive. (with 'modern' amenities, if desired).

The Earthship building method has been evolving for over 40 years. This building method is called Biotecture and is based on the work of principal architect, Michael Reynolds.


                                                                               ECO SOLUTIONS FOR SEIRUS TIMES




No snow or debris pile-up on roof due to dome
Aero-dynamic shape makes DOME buildings
virtually wind-proof.
High impact resistance (>8,200 psi)
High structural load capacity,
Fire resistant
Integral fire barrier incorporated in each panel,
with added fire retardent
Flexibility of the composite shell reduces risk of
damage or personal injury due to earthquakes
No painting, No mildew, No rot
No rust, No corrosion
No deterioration, No weathering
No shingles, No siding, No termites -
Simply washing the shell is all that is required
for normal installations.
Easy composite repair should a panel ever
become damaged.
Outstanding energy efficiency
Very cost-effective and rapid construction
Low maintenance and low life-cycle total-cost
No, this article is not about little green architects from another planet. No, ?Green Architects? are architects who are approaching the concept of green architecture in novel ways. Many people are looking at green architects when it comes to things like designing innovative and green homes and vacation homes.

A green home means different things to different people and may mean something different to different architects. Your personal desires for ?how green? you want to go is obviously also a factor. In general, a green home probably needs to factor in several core elements, such as reduction of carbon footprint, energy efficiency, conservation of water and the use of green material.

If you are looking for a green architect  design?s stated mission is focus on energy performance, occupant health, air quality, water conservation, material selection, and land impact for each house we design.)

You can also read about sustainable design and green buildings at  The site also discusses issues facing green design and the innovative solutions architects have found.

There are architects all over the world who are embracing novel, yet very green approaches to housing. Architects who are embracing principles of green design are popping up in virtually every state in the US.  If you are looking to build a house with sustainable design, you should be able to find a dedicated and thoughtful green architect willing to assist you In your journey to build your dream house in an eco-friendly and sustainable manor.