These homes have plenty of light and can house multiple plants.
Garden in the kitchen.Earthship Biotecture
A hallway with an indoor garden.Earthship Biotecture
This means you can grow your own food, even in the winter.
Food produced in the Earthship Visitors Center.Earthship BiotectureYou can shower in rain water, then grow plants and crops with that shower water and then flush the toilet with the leftover water from the plants.
Banana plant grows in gray water.Earthship Biotecture
Wash your face with filtered and solar-heated rain water.Earthship Biotecture
You’d never leave the bathtub with a view like that.Earthship Biotecture
The water system is practically full circle.Earthship BiotectureThese sustainable homes are the brainchild of Earthship Biotecture Founder Mike Reynolds.
“When you start taking responsibility for your own energy-consumption needs you start using less and this is what it will take to allow everyone on the planet to live,” the New Mexico-based architect once said in an interview.
He added, “The more simply you learn how to live the happier you’re going to be and the less stress you’ll have.”