NBC Chicago – In Taos, New Mexico, a team is building a model of self-sustainable, off-the-grid living called Earthships. The concept was pioneered by Michael Reynolds 50 years ago and has been evolving ever since. He said the structures meet the six key human needs by providing shelter, water, food, energy, sewage treatment and garbage management.

Encounter Earthship Design

  • Studio, One Bed, Two bed, Three Bed.
  • Off-grid, zero fossil-fuels – all modern amenities.
  • Solar Electricity, Catch Water, Contained Waste Water Treatment, Passive Solar, Thermal Dynamics.
  • Modern Appliances and Modern Living. Clothes washer and dryer. Electric cooking (can have natural gas or liquid propane).
  • Earthship Biotecture can build for you anywhere in the world.

This Earthship is planned to be finished by October 31, 2020. Inquire if interested in buying this Earthship or having this Earthship built for you.

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Encounter Earthship Design