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The latest solutions and innovation for sustainable buildings and eco-friendly homes.

Looking sustainable future

Producing it´s own food and energy and recycling water and waste.

A sustainable home can provide all the human basic needs and protect the envioronment. Organic gardening is growing food without the use of petrochemical pesticides, herbicides and inorganic fertilizers that pollute our soil and water. It relies on the use of beneficial insects, diversity of plants, and the use of compost to supply the soil with nutrients.

A home that is comfortable, fun and self-sufficient is the key to a long, healthy, prosperous and happy life.

  • Sustainable building
  • Bioarchitecture
  • Energy efficiency
  • Resource and environmental performance
  • Intelligent furniture
  • Automation
  • Energy efficiency
  • Ethical standards and social inclusion
  • Ethical standards and social inclusion

Sustainable house generates its own energy, recycles its water and produces its own food

November 23rd, 2016|

In addition to being sustainable, the project aims to question the costs of housing in large cities. NexusHaus is a sustainable home designed by students at the University of Munich in partnership with students from

A coffee machine uses lees to produce mushrooms.

November 23rd, 2016|

The coffee grounds are highly nutritious and this coffee maker harnesses this material in a very clever way. Coffee grounds are highly nutritious, but this does not prevent them from being discarded. To take advantage

Brazilian plastic artist turns cement bags into furniture.

November 23rd, 2016|

Empty cement bags are normally discarded waste. But in the hands of Alexandre Toscano, he saw art. Empty cement bags are normally discarded as waste in construction. Although made of paper and have a very

In a neighborhood in Switzerland the Neighbors plant and exchange food

November 23rd, 2016|

The community serves as an incentive for those who wish to have their own plantations. French photographer and environmentalist Yann Arthus-Bertrand has captured a beautiful image of communal urban gardens. The click was made on

Solar energy market in Brazil should have a value of R$ 100 billion by 2030

November 23rd, 2016|

Solar radiation in the less sunny region of Brazil is 40% larger than in the sunniest region of Germany, for example. Due to constant droughts, energy crises in the electric sector and the demand for

A Renewable Energy System that uses algae to produce the same amount of oxygen as a forest.

November 23rd, 2016|

Urban Algae Canopy is a project that mixes architecture, biology and technology. The micro-algae and digital farming systems in real time is an innovative renewable energy system that uses algae to produce the same amount