Images and Videos from Earthship Haiti Recon visit. We are offering our first not for profit academy session on the Haitian island of La Gonave.
Our mission is to heal impoverished communities with holistic health education and love. We are building an Earthship to support this mission with Love, Loving, Love - A West Philadelphia Organization (501(c)3 non-profit) that supports children through good nutrition and de-escalation. Love, Loving, Love is in response to the rise of violence in and around
We are building in the Greater World Earthship Community here in Taos, New Mexico. This project is with our wonderful Field Study Earthship Academy Students. FIELD STUDY Students receive credit towards this requirement by participating in an official Earthship Biotecture Field Studies project. Field Study opportunities are intended to help further student’s knowledge of
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.
Simple Survival Model Images from the field at 11,000 ft. in Colorado, USA. We have many students who attended the Online Earthship Academy. The Simple Survival Earthship is designed to provide comfortable shelter, clean water, contained sewage and basic solar power for lights and charging small electronics at a very low price. This building
Construction of a community center in Malawi began in October 2013. Collaborating with Empower Malawi NGO, the Earthship Biotecture crew aimed to train, educate, and empower locals in implementing more sustainable building principles and lifestyles. Three rooms and a bathroom were completed during the crew’s first visit. In January 2015, the crew returned to
In October 2011, Michael Reynolds led a small team from Earthship Biotecture to Sierra Leone to begin construction of a Waldorf School for local children. The team was assisted by intern volunteers from around the world and by locals who learned how to replicate the design. The floor plan for this building was based
The Easter Island Earthship music school was initiated by a pair of native Rapa Nui musicians, Mahani Teave and Enrique Icka who wanted to create a sustainable facility for local children to take lessons in both classical and traditional music. The small, isolated island can be a difficult environment for young people and finding
EVE is a planned high-density community where 25 people will live, work and grow their own food. Beyond Earthship solutions to power, water, sewage, and comfort, the EVE project addresses economics. This project is located on the world’s first Sustainable Development Testing Site. Michael Reynolds’ fight to get the law for this site passed
THE FIRST SELF SUFFICIENT PUBLIC SCHOOL OF SOUTH AMERICA, URUGUAY 2016 We have been working with TAGMA to make the first sustainable and self-sufficient PUBLIC school in the World, and we were so proud to develop this project few years ago.