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Modern House Construction Methods | Faster and Cheaper Building Alternatives

  • Modern House Construction Methods | Faster and Cheaper Building Alternatives

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    Modern home construction methods are proving to be much faster and cheaper building alternatives these days. A modern home will also often be “warmer” and more energy efficient. We thought we would look into and review some of the most efficient ways around to construct your own modern home. We have everything from flame-resistant techniques to Lego-style building blocks for you to feast your eyes on, and hopefully help you out with your future building projects.

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  • Modern House Construction Methods | Faster and Cheaper Building Alternatives

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    In today's videos modern house Construction methods are proving to be much faster and cheaper building alternatives these days . Some such amazing modern house construction methods which you have never seen or heard of before. Seeing these amazing modern constructions, you will be thinking whether these are made by humans or by aliens. So let's start the video without any delay guys.

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  • Smart Bricks - A New Way to Build

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    Kite Bricks is developing a revolutionary product that will change the way we build houses, buildings, bridges and sidewalks. From now on structures will be real thermal, much more stronger and very cheap & fast to build. contact us - info@kitebricks.com

    Smart Brick is a revolutionary brick and the basis of a new construction system covered by issued and pending US patents.

    The brick is amenable for building houses, buildings, bridges and more.. The block is constructed of high-strength concrete with unique properties that allow for the building of truly ecological structures, with large savings in electricity expenses associated with seasonal heating and cooling. The block allows for faster, cheaper, more precise, and stronger building than is available through traditional building methods.

    Bricks are designed to be easily joined together, with open internal spaces for insulation and infrastructure elements to be run through the bricks and allow for easy access to these elements.

    Floors, walls, and ceilings are all constructed by appropriate bricks to allow for facile, solid construction with little mess and significantly reduced construction costs.

  • Are these ideas the future of affordable housing? | ABC News

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    Affordable housing is the dream for many Australians, but it often seems out of reach. Cheap builds, cohousing and community land trusts are just some of the solutions being tried by individuals in Australia and overseas in an attempt to break free from expensive housing and rental markets. ABC News has taken a look at how they're doing it.

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  • This company can build move-in ready houses using a 3D printer | Your Morning

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    We speak to Jason Ballad, co-founder of ICON, a company that that is building non-profit houses with a 3D printer for just $4,000.

    Update: Check out this project ICON worked on with a non-profit to help start building the worlds first 3D-Printed neighbourhood.

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  • How To Build More Homes, Faster

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    How the team at Project Etopia - enabled by Procore's technology - is working to tackle the global housing crisis. More here -

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  • Building with Cob - A Natural & Affordable Way to Build a House

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    Bryce from Dreamweavers Collective explains the benefits and challenges of building with cob!

    Cob is a natural building material created from clay, sand, and straw that can be used to build load bearing walls, window and door frames, and much more.

    It's an affordable and natural way to build using materials that are typically found locally. In fact, building with earth and natural fibres is a technique used in many places around the world. This style of construction can have different names, like earth building, adobe, mud bricks, etc.

    Unlike conventional buildings, cob is a simple way to build that can be an interesting and easy option to build a DIY green home using little, if any, toxic materials.

    Bryce teaches natural building and cob workshops in person and online. You can find out more about his courses on his website here:


    He calls himself a 3rd generation cobber because he learned cob building techniques from Pat Hennebery at Cobworks:

    And Pat learned about cob from Ianto Evans, Linda Smiley, and the rest of the team at The Cob Cottage Company:

    We hope you enjoyed learning about this interesting, natural, affordable, and alternative building technique :) We think cob houses are incredible and beautiful structures!

    Photos taken by Bryce and Kelly from Dreamweavers Collective.

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    The Cob Cottage and other cob houses built by Cobworks:


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  • Rammed Earth : You won’t Believe How They Build This!

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    Join Matt as he travels to see a Rammed Earth House being built in the High Desert of West Texas.

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  • Alternative Housing Options: How do you want to live for the next 10 years?

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    If you are thinking of buying, renting or moving house, WAIT!!! You are in a unique time of your life to think about how you want to spend your time and money on housing going forward. In this video I want to bring you through 10 different options on how to live for the next 10 years. We’re going to talk about alternative housing options - i.e. putting a roof over your head.

    So here in Australia we’ve come to believe that there’s really only two different ways to find housing - either owning or renting a house or apartment. We spend thousands of hours working at our jobs to pay for one or the other. For some of us, housing takes up around 50% of our full-time incomes - that’s 20-30 hours every week just on putting a roof over our heads! And, many of us don’t even find happiness in renting or home owning, because working so much means that we spend less time on our health, family, friends and passions. And some of us need to compromise on location, often making us live in suburbs we don’t like to spend time in, or to commute for hours every day just to get to work.

    So what are our other options? Well, given the definition of ‘putting a roof over your head’ and considering that we tend to want to move or change our jobs or locations at least every 10 years, here’s 10 different options considering the pros and cons, cost per week and the percentage of your waking hours per week you need to work (at $25 per hour) to pay for this cost.

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  • Advantages of using Lime instead of Cement in construction | Sandeep Sonigra | TEDxSIUHinjewadi

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    Mr. Sandeep Sonigra talks about the advantages of using Lime instead of Cement in Real Estate construction.

    Sandeep Sonigra is a leader in creating sustainable Eco-Friendly real estate and co-founder of Orange Country Foundation, which is dedicated to research & development of Eco-friendly construction practices in Urban Areas. Also by profession, he does real estate development business(in the name of Orange country group) where solutions towards Sustainable Living provided by OCF are implemented first and then propagated to others.

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  • Man Living in a Sustainable & Innovative Earthship Home - Full Tour

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    Tour this beautiful, sustainable Earthship home in Ontario, Canada! Go to and/or use code EXPLORINGALTERNATIVES to get 75% off a 3 year plan.  Protect yourself online today!

    This 3-bedroom Earthship home has it all: 10kW of solar panels, rainwater collection cisterns, indoor gardens, a wood-fired boiler, and passive cooling tubes. It's built with recycled tires, bottles and cans, and off-cuts from a log home builder.

    After years of following the Earthship movement, Matt was able to take a course at the Earthship Academy with Michael Reynolds in New Mexico and then worked with Ted Elsasser to build his own passive solar home in Ontario, Canada.

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  • Building a low cost extension using farmhouse materials - The 100k House: Tricks of the Trade - BBC

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  • Passive House = 90% Home Energy Reduction!

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    Passive House is an incredible building standard for designing and certifying energy efficient buildings (homes, schools, hospitals, offices, etc.). Using the 5 green building techniques explained in this video, Passive Houses need only 10% of the energy that a conventional home uses (that's a 90% energy saving!).

    We met up with Alex and Sandra from BCIT's High Performance Building Lab in Vancouver, Canada to learn about the different ways that a home can be built to use less energy. They're pretty simple to understand and don't cost much more than a typical new build:

    - Highly insulated building envelope
    - High performance triple glazed windows
    - Elimination of thermal bridges
    - Continuous air sealed layer
    - Heat recovery ventilation

    The building lab at BCIT is a really exciting new space where tradespeople can come to learn about green building techniques. To learn more, check out this link to their website:


    We want to say an extra special thank you to Sandra and Alex for taking time to show us how all of these building techniques worked (late into the evening!). We had a blast and learned so much!

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  • The Property Show October 14th 2018 Episode 282 - Alternative Building Technologies

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  • Building with Hemp – An Incredible Natural Insulation & Sustainable Material

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    Anthony from Art du Chanvre has built over 45 houses using hempcrete as a natural and sustainable insulation material. Hempcrete is made with a mix of hemp hurd (fibre), hydraulic lime (binder), and water.

    You can follow Anthony's building projects and get in touch with him on Instagram, or on his website here:



    Hempcrete is not load-bearing, but it does provide insulation, thermal mass, and it regulates temperature and humidity. The R-value of hempcrete is R-2.1 per inch.

    Some other advantages of hempcrete is that it resists fire, mould, and vermin, and it eliminates the need for a vapour barrier and drywall (gypsum). Instead, you protect the hempcrete with natural lime plasters on the inside and on the outside of the building.

    Using hemp is a sustainable building material because it is carbon negative (it stocks more carbon in the fibre of the plant than is used to grow, harvest, and process it).

    We're very excited to learn about new and innovative ways to use natural building materials in conventional construction projects.

    Anthony says the cast-in-place construction method creates the highest quality of hempcrete, but pre-formed, pre-dried hempcrete blocks are more likely to allow hempcrete to go mainstream.

    In case you missed it, Anthony references a Bob Marley song at the end of the interview, comparing the conventional construction industry to the big tree, and the natural building industry to the small axe that will cut it down:


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  • Couple Builds Energy Efficient Passive Solar Home - Green Building

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    In this video we meet Casey & Natasha, a conscious couple who built a passive solar home near Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. In addition to orienting their house to face south, they installed overhangs that block the sun to keep it cool during summer months and allow the sun to enter and heat the house during winter months. They also installed a 10 kW solar system that sells clean electricity back to the grid through Ontario's MicroFIT Program and the revenue helps cover their own utility bills.

    The house was built to Passive House standards and is currently pending certification. You can learn more about Passive House here:


    The exterior walls of this house are 20 thick and are insulated using Roxul insulation which is made locally, better for the environment, can get wet, and has less flame retardants than traditional fiberglass insulation, which means cleaner air quality in the home.

    To maximize the energy efficiency of their home, they installed triple glazed windows, a drain water heat recovery system, an air source heat pump water heater, and a bioethanol fireplace. They also chose sustainable alternatives like concrete countertops instead of granite, and reclaimed pine flooring instead of using new wood. Last but not least, they designed their house to be completely fossil fuel-free which means that they don't use any fossil fuels to power or heat their home.

    Casey & Natasha are building a conscious group of companies to align their work life with their personal values. Their companies include The Conscious Builder, the Conscious Living podcast and the Conscious Store (coming soon!).




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  • Pre-cast tech: Delivering 2BHK homes in 24 hours

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    Your guide to buying your dream home, Property It's Hot checks out the latest technology trend in the industry. We visit a developing township in NCR where Pre-Cast technology is being used to deliver 2BHK homes in just 24 hours. Also covered on the show, smart tips to design your interiors on a small budget. And how to create a lush green terrace garden in your home.

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  • Building A House Start To Finish | Bonus Episode 5

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    Join builder Erik Perkins, for another special extra episode to accompany “The Modern Mountain Getaway” video this week!

    This week, we are doing a walk through tour of the home to give you a better feel of the interior layout and room sizes! This is a cool stage of construction to see a house, with the framing and mechanical systems still exposed. Within a week there will be insulation and drywall covering all of the bones of the house as it moves closer to completion!

    You don't want to miss out if you are following the Modern Mountain Getaway Series! Thanks for watching!

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  • Incredible Cob House Tour - A Sustainable Green Building

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    Tour one of the most famous (and beautiful!) cob buildings in the world! The Unique Cob Cottage is on Mayne Island, BC and is the 4th most wish-listed property on Airbnb.

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    The Cob Cottage is a fully permitted, 2-storey, load-bearing cob structure that was built by Cobworks in 1999.

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    Cob is an environmentally friendly mixture of clay, sand, and straw that can be used in many different climates to create green buildings with organically shaped walls.

    To learn more about cob as a natural building material, check out the video we share a couple of months ago:


    This cottage is on the grid with a well, septic tank, and hydro power. They use a woodstove for heat.

    We felt super lucky to be able to meet Alexis and her family, and tour their cob cottage. It's an incredibly beautiful space and we hope you enjoy checking it out.

    It's nice to see so much interest in green buildings, and to see that this cob structure has been standing for almost 20 years and still looks brand new!

    Maintenance on the cob house is done by Bryce from Dreamweavers Collective:


    Thanks for watching!

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  • Building homes out of clay

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    CNN's Mike Love visits builders of cob homes and learns how piles of mud, straw and clay become homes.

  • 3 Awesome Construction Material Innovations | The B1M

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    Numerous innovations in technology are fast-advancing the world of construction materials. Here, we look at three particularly impressive developments. For more by The B1M subscribe now -

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  • Amazing Viking Turf House Tour - Stunning Green Building!

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    In this video, we're excited to share the re-created 1000-year-old Viking settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada. We visited the site last fall and had we really enjoyed learning more about the settlement, but also about the traditional construction techniques they used for the turf dwellings and workshops.

    The turf houses are built with timber frames that are load-bearing, and walls that are built with peat bricks that have been cut and dried from a nearby bog. Each wall actually has two layers of the bricks, with a layer of gravel sandwiched in the middle to help drain any moisture before it infiltrates to the interior of the structure.

    It's incredible that the Vikings were able to build such beautiful and functional structures with limited building materials, and in such a harsh environment.

    Another thing that we found really neat that didn't have anything to do with the structures was the fact that the bog not only provided peat for building but bog iron they could use to create nails and other hardware they needed to repair their ships.

    If you're interested, here's a link to our longer, more in-depth video about an Icelandic turf house:

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  • DIY, recycled pallet house with IKEA-style assembly instructions

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    Architects Suzan Wines and Azin Valy were trying to come up with the ideal building material for refugee housing in Kosovo. It should be recycled, recyclable, affordable, plentiful. They thought about bottles and tires. Then Wines tripped over a shipping pallet on the way home from work one night and something clicked.
    Using only shipping pallets, or skids, the I-Beam architects created a tiny, modular home design. They also created IKEA-style assembly instructions so anyone- even those without building experience- could build their own home, using only hand tools (hammer, nails, a crowbar is helpful). We've also used zip ties to build entire structures, adds Wines, which is pretty quick, cheap and easy and doesn't require any tools.

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    A Cheap Desktop can be a great tool for #DigitalArt, and its the best way to get into professional software! today we found an old computer on craigslist to make some cool digital art on. Digital art does not have to be expensive with the right hardware. This old computer will run #Photoshop, #Clipstudio, Flash, TVPaint, and Harmony! And it even has a solid state drive. What kind of computer do you use to make digital art?

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  • Attics/Roofs - Dumb vs. Smart - How to Build Correctly

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  • Kenyas highlands farmers embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income

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    Farmers in Kenya's highlands are now embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income, thanks to the Government's Economic Stimulus Plan. The funds have been channelled towards start-up of modern fish farms and purchase of fingerlings, which have in turn propped the country's fish production capacity. ABN's Beatrice Gachenge tells us more.

  • 15 conseils pour réussir vos photos au smartphone !

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  • DIY SHIPLAP TUTORIAL: How to plank your walls the easy & inexpensive way!

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  • Net Zero Homes: Why its easy to build one now!

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    NREL Special Presentation Lecture Series
    A Net Zero Energy home produces as much energy over one year as it uses.  With recent advances in technology and construction techniques, it is not as hard to reach this goal as some might think.  By lowering the energy usage of a home through passive solar design, high levels of insulation, and energy efficient systems, coupled with photovoltaic panels producing electricity on site, we can design a NZE home today.  Peter Ewers will show several NZE homes designed by his firm, Ewers Architecture, and share some of the lessons learned through the design and construction process.  Come hear what to do, what not to do, and what might be coming in the future for NZE homes.
    Peter Ewers has more than 30 years’ experience designing a variety of residential and commercial projects.  He has been a licensed architect for 27 years, practicing in Colorado for the past 23 years.  Peter founded Ewers Architecture in 1998.  Peter is an advocate for sustainable design through speaking engagements at venues including the World Renewable Energy Forum, AIA 2030 Challenge classes, NREL Special Presentation Lecture Series, and more
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  • Eliminate Light Gaps on Window Blackout Roller Shades // Tiny Apartment Build Ep.7

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    In this episode I permanently fix the annoying light gaps on the window with a minimal looking solution. It's fairly easy and cheap to make if you grab some pieces of moisture resistant material and a handful of tools. Now you can actually enjoy the darkness!

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  • DIY Modern Adirondack Chair | How To Build - Woodworking

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    Plans: In this video, I show you how to build a DIY modern Adirondack chair. Adirondack chairs have been around seemingly forever and are almost always built in the same, generic style. I took some design cues from a CB2 chair that's out of production for my modern take on the classic Adirondack chair.

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  • Make it Boring - Jeremy Wagner - NDC Oslo 2020

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    A good case can be made for why boring is preferable to exciting in many aspects of our lives. Yet, we're reluctant to apply this sentiment to the web. Rather, we're in a relentless pursuit of the exciting in this increasingly JavaScript-centric world of web development. A pursuit that, despite our best efforts, litters the landscape of the web with excruciatingly slow and inaccessible pages. As division brews over the roles of HTML, CSS, and indeed JavaScript itself, we need to ask if it's worth making the web boring again.

    But why make the web more boring? Because boring is fast, resilient, fault tolerant, and accessible. Boring is the essence of unobtrusive designs that facilitate interactions rather than hinder them. When we rely wholesale on JavaScript to build for the web, we're inevitably reinventing things—things that can hinder or even fail people in unexpected ways despite our best intentions. In this session, you'll learn why building for the web with a greater emphasis on core technologies is far from boring, but truly rewarding and exciting work that makes the web more inclusive.

  • How to Build a Block Wall Without Mortar

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    How to Build a Block Wall Without Mortar: This video shows you how to build a dry stack, concrete block wall without mortar, using QUIKRETE QUIKWall Surface Bonding Cement.

    Building a garden wall, a planter, a mail box enclosure or even an outdoor kitchen can be as easy as Stack and Stucco with QUIKRETE QUIKWALL Surface Bonding Cement. The construction process is quick and easy for even a novice do-it-yourselfer and can provide professional results!

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  • How to Make a Desk with Hidden Wireless Charging

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    I partnered with Minwax and Lincoln Electric to build a desk with hidden wireless charging. I used woodworking and metalworking on this project with a walnut top and a tube steel welded base. This modern industrial computer desk has a nice simple desk feel but with tons of character including a copper metal bowtie inlay. #wirelesscharging

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  • The History of Launched Roller Coasters

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    The introduction of the launch to roller coasters revolutionised the game, drastically changing the amusement industry and paving the way for a whole new type of ride design. But what are the different types of launches, how to they all work and where did it all begin?

    In this video we explore in details weight drop launches, flywheel launches, drive tyre launches, LIM launches (linear induction motor), LSM launches (linear synchronous motor), air compressed launches (pneumatic launches) and hydraulic launches.

    Big thanks to Thrill Rides Photography for the image of Red Force in the thumbnail!

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  • THE MILLION $$$ QUESTION: ARE SIPS WORTH IT?

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  • Architectural Model Making Techniques and Tutorial

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    In this tutorial, I demonstrate architectural model making techniques by building a simple study model from start to finish. I’ll walk you through each step along the way offering tips, tricks and the reasoning behind the techniques and methodology I use to build models.
    We'll follow the template outlined in parts 1 through 4 of the series, beginning with:
    1 - Defining the model's purpose. The model I build in the video is a study model and as such it isn't perfect. It's meant to be used as a design tool.
    2 - We move to choosing a scale for the model. I found that 3/16=1'-0 had the right balance for our purposes; both detailed a sketchy.
    3 - Next, we constructed a simple base for the architectural model to rest on. We used limestone tile for ours, but you should watch part 4 of the model making series for other ideas.
    4 - From there we choose materials: chipboard (1/16 + 1/32) and basswood scraps will be used to build the model walls, structure, roof and details. Inexpensive materials ensure you'll treat the model as a design tool and not be afraid to modify the composition.
    5 - Next, it's on to fabrication. Here I list tips about cutting, blade management, gluing and ways to keep your model clean.
    6 - We end by discussing the details I've added including fine layers of chipboard, carpet samples to simulate turf, coir matting to represent landscape elements, tracks, gutters and bracing.

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  • Minecraft Building - Episode 12 - Alternative City Design/Beach House

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    I'm making the long promised second city block. It's has some beach houses and alternative building methods. Enjoy!

  • Underground dome house of the family who led geese to fly home

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    Paula and Bill Lishman spent many winters in a poorly-insulated A-frame cabin before realizing they needed to go underground to use the earth’s energy to stay warm, so they knocked the top off a hill, dropped in ferro-cement domes and covered it up again with dirt.

    Thanks to skylights cut into every dome and the white-powdered marble that covers the interior, their earth-sheltered home is naturally well-lit despite being below the frost line.

    Fifteen feet below ground, the soil temperature remains about equal to the annual average temperature of the area’s surface air so earth-sheltered homes use sod’s constant temperature to stay warmer in winter and cooler in summer.

    Bill Lishman believed in rethinking not just the conventional home, but also how we live. He reimagined his home’s refrigerator by building a round appliance that pops up out of the countertop so the heavier cool air stays inside when opened (via compressed air).

    In 1986, Bill Lishman began training Canada Geese to follow his ultralight aircraft and to teach the birds migration routes to avoid a threatened extinction. His work on Operation Migration brought him popular recognition with the 1996 movie Fly Away Home starring Jeff Daniels.

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