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Sustainable homes...eco-friendly...recyclable...green. There are many terms we use and we're always interested in what the industry has to offer in those areas. This is Reacher, and today we're bringing you 15 of our favorite sustainable homes.
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Featured Sustainable Homes⭐
#14 Hut On Sleds
#13 Villa Kogelhof
#11 Glen Lake Tower
#10 58 Stevens Street
#9 Nolla Cabin
#8 Axiom House
#6 Villa E
#4 Zero Home
#3 Mud House
#2 Yin And Yang House
#1 FabLab House
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Only time will tell, if sustainable living is worth the time, effort and money put into it. We should have been far more careful in the past, using some of the materials we used. Asbestos comes to mind, as does carpet floor covering treated with formaldehyde.
Im finding only one annoying thing in these videos... please let the guy finish what he is saying before cutting him off to get to the next number. Im trying to enjoy the video and listen to everything but cant do that if you keep cutting off that guy mid sentence
All the chosen houses were very interesting and responded to my interest and values! Very happy to find you and your video guys! Thank you very much for all those precious information together! For my personal needs and future I prefer the yin and yang one and the last one too. They both responded to the needs of our life and are very likely to happened soon but hey! I didn’t mention the first one and I thin number nine or eight! Bye the way your video sounds even the images are disrupted in the area of number nine, eight, seven and six I think. The comments are interrupt the sounds are like the radio tuner is looking for the right frequency and the images really jumps to the next thing. Anyway I enjoyed it! Keep up the creative mind and work!
The ideal characteristics of sustainable housing is to use materials available naturally in that part of the world. This should minimize costs for a self build. Aircrete seems to have highest potential for self build with options for modular design.
Very good selection of diverse styles. As most are one off designs they will be expensive. The Passiv Pod zero carbon design number 7 has strong timber ply for offsite modular replication in quantity. Their home garden office at £33K is less than a brick extension and students learn more in biophilic classrooms. Great choices all round.
You can find the company that makes them here on YouTube where they show you the tutorial .
But they pretty much do the ply around a rotating frame then the cardboard is glued on from a large roll as the frame is rotated .
I was just asking because I knew the question was in no way related to your video whatsoever....But by now Lindsay Lohan is probably almost broke so she might be looking for some small affordable sustainable eco friendly home.
Sustainable except for price is why these designs won't be built in the numbers that might make a difference to the environment any time soon. Being green shouldn't mean being unaffordable and it's why those that want to have as little impact as possible often build there own since there's no real alternative. The home's heating/cooling/electrical needs CO2 footprint is massive and there's no market for a zero impact housing if the systems that make it that way cost as much or more than it's fossil fueled/non green counterparts.
Most interesting: The last one and an earlier one that was four storied.... Most of these designs are VERY labour-intensive and expensive on a sq.meter basis. The avoid metal cladding & framing, both of which are repeatedly recyclable. Finally most are inherently stand alone which limits their "village appeal"!
All these houses are in the nature. So what do you do for cities ? Unless nature comes back in the cities , I don' t see . So first. The obligation to make Nature comes back in the cities. A great program !!!!
Love the vid, but you are not getting the metric conversion right, the sq. feet mentioned in the video do not correspond to the sq. m of the graphics. To make it easy: 1 sq m = 3 sq feet (approximately). Keep up the amazing work !!
More propaganda. "It's green." How the f-k do you figure? The glass for that elevated monstrosity would require more energy to make than 10 average homes. How is that "green?" After the life cycle of that disaster, your left with tons of hazardous non biodegradable glass. "But glass is recyclable." Yea again at a energy cost that's off the charts.
Face it - spending the money on a home ( interest and payment ) may as well be art and function . If it serves you also ( like lowest utility bills as well as the environment ) it should pay for itself... eventually. I like that idea. I’ve lived in an Rv (344 sq. Ft) and living inside as well as outside your home is the adventure. Your going to live in it a long time: low impact on the environment and enjoyment are the way to go 😎 (with views and insulation). I like the use of area under some of these here. Since garages or shade areas for outdoor use is nice to have on a small footprint.
A lot of great looking designs but very few are cost effective (when the price was quoted) or made for cold climate regions. The "cardboard" house was promising but cardboard eventually dries up if not specially treated and becomes a potential fire trap (waterproof corrugated cardboard perhaps?)
5 from the Netherlands and Germany? We call -10 to -20 in winter cold... And yet, the houses stay at an average of +21 C. Cardboard, MDF, plywood? Same, same. Mud is cost-effective if you can get enough hands at low-cost.
I like the houses I think they are neat I don't think I could forward them but what I really like is that pretty girl talk to us the end but you are job keep up the good work and let us see more of that pretty girl thank you and have a Merry Christmas bye bye
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