Biotecture

Biotecture

(1966–1970)
A term combining “biology” and “architecture” coined by Rudolph Doernach. It denotes architecture as an artificial “super system,” live, dynamic, and mobile.
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Release date- 06082019 - Balfour Beatty Living Places and green infrastructure experts, Biotecture, are set to deliver a UK first on behalf of Southampton City Council, as works to install the first hydroponic living wall on a highways scheme commenced this summer.
She now works full-time at M&S and plans to save enough money to join the Earthship Biotecture Academy in America.
The wall is being designed by Biotecture, a Sussex-based company which has picked up several plaudits for its living walls.
The wall is being designed by award-winning company Biotecture, and the plants are currently growing on vertical racks at the company's nursery in Sussex.
He now operates Earthship Biotecture http://earthship.com --a New Mexico-based company that trains interns and volunteers, and builds Earthships all over the world.
The Earthship Biotecture Academy has a formal admission process--and a student body hailing from various parts of the world.
The founding architect of Earthship Biotecture, the company that designs and builds Earthships, (2) aimed to equalize access to self-sufficient housing by creating homes novice builders could construct that would also meet their dwelling needs (electricity, water, and thermal comfort).
A vision for developing Doha's own 'hanging gardens' using green architecture, or 'biotecture,' was the topic of discussion at a Qatar Green Building Council (QGBC) seminar this week.
The hanging gardens would rely on the technologies of using green architecture or 'biotecture', an urban concept that acknowledges that cities are not only made of buildings and infrastructure, but also contain, very often, a rich and diverse urban ecology.
By Salman Siddiqui/ Staff Reporter A vision for developing Doha's own "hanging gardens", like the fabled gardens of Babylon, using green architecture, or 'biotecture,' was the topic of discussion and debate at a Qatar Green Building Council (QGBC) seminar this week.
The earthship is a home that was created by Michael Reynolds of Earthship Biotecture, in Taos, New Mexico.
Besides being the headquarters for Reynolds' Earthship Biotecture business, the Taos area is also home to several Earthship communities which generate their own power without contributing to the atmosphere's growing carbon load and make use of local recycled materials to minimize resource use.
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