The Earth Home system is a fully integrated self sufficient building system, using local materials to meet all the needs of the occupants for comfort, water, sanitary waste, electricity, hot water and cooking, without the need for central power, water or sewer.

The Earth Home system is a fully integrated self sufficient building system.

The Hempcrete Book: Designing and Building with Hemp-Lime (Sustainable Building) by William Stanwix http://www.amazon.com/dp/0857841203/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_XI-4tb0M5G85Z

The Hempcrete Book: Designing and Building with Hemp-Lime (Sustainable Building) by William Stanwix

How to: design a sustainable house for the tropics

How to design a sustainable house for the tropics

Home & Apartment, Outstanding Tropical House Design Ideas With Rustic Wood Coffee Table And Colorful Rug Plus Unique Pendants Also Couch: Excellent Building a New House for Sustainable Tropic House

Simon Winstanley | The Houl

The Houl / Simon Winstanley Architects

The Houl, Scotland, UK by Simon Winstanley Architects. Photographs by Simon Winstanley Architects / Andrew Lee.

A contemporary living room has wide glass bifold doors opened to connect the room to an outside balcony with trees beyond. High windows with louvres run across the wall above the bifold doors, allowing plenty of light into the room.

Passive Design - is design that takes advantage of the climate to maintain a comfortable temperature range in the home. Passive design eliminates the need for assistant heating or cooling which accounts for of energy use in the average Australian home.

A wooden-decked verandah with louvred roof, allowing light to be directed inside the home.

We need to think differently when designing or adapting a home to better cope with the multiple adverse impacts of climate change. Dick Clarke and Chris Reardon look at smarter ways to prepare for heatwaves.

An aerial view of the inside of a kitchen and living area. In the background is the kitchen with an island bench, as well as sliding doors that open out to a deck. In the foreground, a living area is lit and cooled by a ceiling fan.

An aerial view of the inside of a kitchen and living area. In the background is the kitchen with an island bench, as well as sliding doors that open out to a deck. In the foreground, a living area is lit and cooled by a ceiling fan.

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Roy Homes House Builder Highlands - (Bungalow Range)

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HABODE

Designer Rod Gibson says "Design shapes our lives. Whether man-made, or from nature, design influences many of our decisions. Design affects us all;

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