Wednesday, March 28, 2012

This is how we need to build houses and their gardens in lebanon one day!

What if we had a new design for low=cost mass produced homes in Lebanon? Our country has availble lands outside of Beirut, and we could use smaller homes and larger gardens.

This low-cost Blooming Bamboo home was built to withstand floods in vietnam, and it's affordable to low income residents. We have agreat weather in Lebanon, 300 sunny days a year, mild temperatures except in the mountain, maybe we can invite such firms to design a low-cost Lebanese home with local materials.

This architect, and Nader Khalili from California, make adobe houses the logical choice, for the sake of nature and our budget.

Garbage Warrior [Full Length Documentary]

A permaculture garden would make a perfect companion for such a house: Sepp Holzer - The Agro Rebel: Permaculture in Salzburg Alps (Der Agrar-Rebel) - Documentary Film:

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