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The name of the home in the photos below, is "Casa Organica". It is a "satellite" dome design - meaning the bedrooms, kitchen, library, etc., are arranged around a central round "great room". You can see more pictures of it on his website (see "links")

Javier has donated customized designs based on this one, for our project. They are created specifically for our needs and to blend into the environment of each location.  One will be a smaller unit near the cabin (more dry/cedar tree "high desert" area with greater solar exposure). The other design will be a very large one, blended into the lush areas of the 80 acre parcel, on a green meadow hill that still has good solar exposure. The primary "dome great room" will be surrounded by several satellite "hotel" type rooms for educational visitors or retreats, volunteer's rooms, an administrator's suite, etc.

Here are just a couple of photos of Javier's completed ferro-cement semi-earth-sheltered homes in Mexico. (inside & outside shots below). 

The center of focus, is the conversation pit living room (top photo), the bottom photo is one angle/view from the outside (note that the dark area in the lower left of the landscaping is actually a large picture window, with vines.  See next example of another design.


One of the outside view angles

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