Watch this Webinar Phil Basehart, master Earthship builder and academy instructor will be sharing all of the projects that Earthship Biotecture worked on in 2020 and looking forward to what we will be doing in 2021.
This webinar is focused on Earthship Biotecture’s projects in Haiti. Team leader, master earthship builder, Phil Basehart goes in depth about how we work with the Haitian community and build structures there in the past, what we are doing presently with a Haitian primary school, and our goals for the future within Haiti.
In February of 2019, Earthship Biotecture conducted an Earthship Academy for more than 60 students who gathered near Colonia Del Sacremento, Uruguay. A Star studded Earthship Crew tie Lou, Rory, Phil, Harry, Mo, Spider, Ralph, Dan, Michael and so many more and with the students focused on learning
Security & Autonomy. Living in earthships provides security and safety via off-grid, sustainable designs and systems. Keep the building warm in the winter and cool in the summer with little to no utility bills / fossil fuels. This increases both psychological and physiological comfort.
Virtualizing our services and focusing on providing education of radically sustainable buildings online. We are still building at Earthship Headquarters! The Nightly Rentals and Visitor Center are both closed until May. We are not letting go of our staff and crew. Living and doing business in an earthship gives us a head-start. We are
Super Sustainable Buildings via Thermal Dynamics & Passive Solar. An Earthship is a type of passive solar house that is made of both natural and upcycled materials (such as earth-packed tires). Earthships can be completely off-grid or partially off-grid. Earthships can be built in any part of the world, in any climate (with a permit) and still provide electricity, potable
Covid-19 Corona Virus Tips and Best Practices
We are doing what a lot of people are doing around the world. We want to share our thoughts on how it is affecting the Earthship Company. We are seeing that because most of us live in Earthships, we are safe and secure but we do not produce enough food, so
New Mexico residents are trying to a break free from Los Alamos’ nuclear legacy by creating more environmentally sound ways of living. At the forefront of this struggle is renegade architect Michael Reynolds, creator of radically sustainable living options through a process called “Earthship Biotecture.” Reynolds’ solar homes are created from natural and