“Geoship homes save you money, are better for the Earth, and way better for your health”, explains Geoship. With its profit-for-all cooperative program “Homes for the Domeless” which was submitted to Clark County, Nevada, this company offers a housing solution for the homeless in the United States, thanks to transition villages made of geodesic domes. These bioceramic housings (a ceramic composite material) are energy efficient, durable and resistant, and enable rapid construction at lower cost.
Geoship domes, which tend towards a “regenerative architecture”, enable to build a studio as much as a house or a village. Their transition villages, which are thought like communities, could accommodate between 40 to 80 residents and would be based on its inhabitants’ commitment.
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