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Building concept for sustainable house on a ridge

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Neill Sep 23, 2010. 3 Replies

The point of difference for this building design is to incorporate integrated energy and water-use systems to maximise the efficient use of resources and minimise the impact on community and grid…Continue


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How would I like to participate in SHAC?
About Me:
we have a great spot on the Banks Peninsula to create an eco home. It has been a long-held abition and would enjoy including others in this project.
My Vision for Sustainable Living
energy effecient housing maxmising self-sufficiency and low environmental impact. Homes that are great to live in.

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At 9:40 on March 10, 2010, Tim Bishop said…
Hi Mark, welcome! Nice to see you here.
At 13:11 on March 15, 2010, Tim Bishop said…
Hi Mark,

Feel free to post your site images on your page on this site. As you have an interest in earthbuilding, you may want to check out the New Zealand Earth Building Association - EBANZ, at Verena at 03 548 03 77 is the chair, and Claire the editor could send you some of their excellent magazine. The Whareuku SHAC project has a follow on being built right now in Ahipara, Northland. Contact John Cheah from that project.


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