Hyperadobe Earthbag Solar Shed Office Tour

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This 200 square foot sustainably built earthbag structure was built by our family of 6 over the course of a year. We used over 3400 feet of linear hyperadobe tube mesh, moved 80 tons of dirt, sand, and clay, and installed a 7200 watt, 28kwh lithium solar system to power our property. Techniques explored include hyperadobe earthbag, bottle bricks, cob, earthen floor, earthen plaster, bas relief, passive solar, negative reveal ceiling, archways, and more. Want to help us make more videos? Become a Tiny Shiny Homie! https://tinyshinyhome.com/homies 00:00 - Intro 0:50 - What is it? 2:00 - Why did we built it? 3:14 - Building specs 4:55 - Exterior Tour 5:05 - Clerestory Passive Solar 5:29 - Buttresses 5:43 - Front Door Overhang 5:52 - Flower Beds 6:11 - Roof + Water Catchment 7:00 - Cob + Bottle Bricks 7:21 - Earthen Cement Plaster Exterior 7:57 - Solar Power 8:41 - Back Patio 9:30 - West Facing Wall + Bas Relief 10:06 - Interior Tour 10:42 - Earthen Floor 11:14 - Earthen Plaster .... Continue Reading at Tiny Shiny Home



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