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Green Magic Homes, green houses, ecologic earth covered homes

Green Magic Homes, green houses, ecologic earth covered homes
Can you imagine living under your garden, your flowers, your trees, in a green vibrant living landscape? All this is can be possible with GREEN MAGIC HOMES technology. These elegant arched structures are made of fiber reinforced polymer modular components which are durable, flexible and waterproof. With endless design possibilities, these structures can be assembled quickly and easily, with minimal cost to create a gracious living environment in harmony with nature. Green Magic Homes Corp. establishes strategic alliance with Canadian company to offer cutting edge Solar and Wind technology. You can finance your new Green Magic Home with LightStream, a subsidiary of SunTrust Banks Inc. PLANT N.1 - México - In Production Now PLANT N.2 - Spain – In Production Now PLANT N.3 - Spain – In Production Now Coming Soon: PLANT N.4 - Argentina PLANT N.5 - Brazil PLANT N.6 - South Africa PLANT N.7 - Mexico (U.S. We are in the process of approval for Eurocodes

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These Hobbit-Homes Take Only 3 Days To Build and You Can Own One Right Now Have you ever envied a Baggins’ cozy, underground hobbit life? One company would like to make your dream come true. Real-life Hobbit homes are being built which allow you to live underneath your lawn and garden. They are relatively inexpensive and easy to assemble, ranging in price from about $25,000-$70,000 and taking as little as three days to erect. Now, you and your eco-conscious neighbors can create your own little 100% eco-friendly Middle Earth, thanks to Green Magic Homes. Many styles are available for a variety of climates.

Earth's Relentless Warming Just Hit a Terrible New Threshold The number of climate records broken in the last few years is stunning. But here's a new measure of misery: Not only did we just experience the hottest April in 137 years of record keeping, but it was the 12th consecutive month to set a new record. It's been relentless. May 2015 was the hottest May in records dating back to 1880. 21 Teeny Tiny Homes That Will Change How You Think About Living! : LittleThings.com – Amazing Videos, Stories and News from around the world. It’s the little things in life that matter the most! For most people, the idea of living in a mere 400 square feet or less is enough to break out into a cold sweat of claustrophobia. But these creative and practical folk have proven that you don’t need tons of space to live happily or comfortably! In fact, small spaces can be a good thing for more reasons than one. They can help save on energy bills, they’re cost-effective to build, and they’re individually suited to the needs and tastes of each individual homeowner. The tiny house movement has been growing steadily over the past years as it’s received increasing media coverage. What began as a countermovement against oversized American living has transformed into a supportive global community.

How To Grow Your Own Organic Potatoes In Just 4 Square Feet This method is very simple, can be reused for years and looks great. There's a new Mr. Potato in town. Last year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved a few new genetically modified potato varieties for farmers to grow commercially. There are genetically modified versions of the popular Russet potato and the Atlantic potato, the New York Times reports. The Abandoned Fishing Village of Gouqi Island In the mouth of the Yangtze River off the eastern coast of China, a small island holds a secret haven lost to the forces of time and nature—an abandoned fishing village swallowed by dense layers of ivy slowly creeping over every brick and path. Houtou Wan Village is located on Gouqi Island, which belongs to a group of 394 islands known as the Shengsi Islands in the Zhoushan Archipelago. It's one of many examples of small villages in China that have become ghost towns due to urbanization, inaccessibility, depletion of resources, and shifts in industry, among other factors. Once a thriving settlement merely half a century ago, Houtou Wan Village was gradually deserted when the small bay could no longer meet the needs of the increasing number of fishing boats. Above photo credit: Jane Qing

I-BEAM DESIGN + ARCHITECTURE The Pallet House project by I-Beam Design, was initially conceived as a transitional shelter for the refugees returning to Kosovo after the war. These people needed an immediate alternative to the typical tent solution that could potentially transform into a new permanent home over time, even without access to sophisticated tools and materials. It has since become our aim to also develop the project as a more permanent housing solution to serve not only refugees in disaster stricken areas but also as a modular, prefabricated solution to affordable housing everywhere that can improve people's lives, the environment, society and even inspire greater diplomacy among the various cultures of the world.

Chicken Breeds Aloha Chickens “My Maizee is an Aloha that was rejected from the breeding group due to her green legs. Other than that, she's a perfet example of the breed. She lays beautiful smallish cream coloured eggs pretty regularly. She's still laying even though the rest of the flock is slacking. She is pretty noisy.

Take A Look At New York's Tiny, Secret Libraries "The premise of Little Free Library is take-a-book, return-a-book," explains Ian Veidenheimer of The Architectural League of New York, who helped coordinate the project to bring these tiny libraries to New York. When the project has deployed in other cities, the books are usually guarded by a small "book shelter" in the shape of a bird house, but in New York they gave it a more design-centric treatment. Since 2009, the Little Free Library project has brought thousands of micro-libraries to towns and cities across the world.

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