Climate love

Christina Carlmark

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Geoship

Climate love

Constructing sustainable houses outside the box

Building housing that is sustainable, both from an ecological and social perspective, that is the big question in a growing world. Someone that does this, with solutions truly outside the box, is Geoship. It looks different. It entails a community perspective. It is long lasting, resilient and not overusing material and space.
It makes me smile!


Geoship SPC

Geoship manufactures healthy, resilient, natural homes that lower the cost of home ownership everywhere. Our purpose is to create tools for people to build the future they imagine.

https://www.geoship.is/



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Geoship

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I'm happy to share this short video that talks about our earth shot to make natural building accessible. https://youtu.be/iyTpcDkwMVQ

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  • Tabitha Kimani

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    Awesome. The power of wisdom and vision. Buckminster knew it was possible and now its real.

    • Geoship

      19 w

      Hi everyone, we need a couple more votes here :). So please tell your friends about Geoship. And when you have questions, let us know!

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      • Sarah Chabane

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        What a great alternative and a company thinking outside the box to make a better world!

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        • Izzy

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          I love the concept and I see this as a way forward for society to change towards a greener world!

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          • Suma Ayyagari

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            Very interesting idea. The dome structures were very famous in the past. Maybe It is time to bring them back! All the best Geoship!!

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            • Geoship

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              "When Fuller patented the geodesic dome in 1954, he estimated it’d be 50-100 years until we’d have the material science to manufacture domes. In 2005, the US National Labs announced a new class of cold-fired ceramic material. Geoship introduces ceramic homebuilding."

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            • Muhammad Fahd Khan

              20 w

              Looks beautiful and sustainable 🌿🌴💚

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              • Timothy Ndegwa

                20 w

                I am fascinated to understand they utilize waste streams as their materials. hats off Geoship!

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                • Geoship

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                  I'm happy to share this short video that talks about our earth shot to make natural building accessible. https://youtu.be/iyTpcDkwMVQ

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                  • Ingmar Rentzhog

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                    @Geoship

                    • Ajema Lydiah

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                      a wonderful idea this will help keep our environment clean and hence avoid deforestation

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                      • Geoship

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                        @ajema_lydiah And when you want to bring sustainability to the next level... we have to start living together in villages... :)

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                        • Paul

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                          @Geoship

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                        • Markus Lutteman

                          20 w

                          Very interesting.

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