As we try to regroup after some recent Tropical Storm Lee cleanup/mitigation/work…
Here’s what’s in store for you in the next exciting episodes of “I want an ISBU and I want it NOW!”
While we begin building our own ISBU prototype…
Our Corganix Hybrid ISBU-Earthbag Home (developed in cooperation with Dr. Owen Geiger, Director of the Geiger Research Institute of Sustainable Building ) is getting a serious dose of “College Competition”.
We’re currently talking with four University Architectural Departments who are each going to build THEIR own version of the CORGANIX home, in their region.
Each home will utilize an ISBU CORE and be constructed of Earthbags filled with stabilized road base, scoria and even pumice.
We’ll follow along as we watch how these homes are built, from “California Beachfront to Montana Mountaintop” and all points in-between.
We’re even talking to a University Group in Hawaii who want to try their hand at Hybrid Building.
This should be a terrific test of Hybrid home performance.
The only stipulation is that the finished home MUST be given to a family in need selected through a local process after “the dust has settled”.
Because… say it with me… EVERY family deserves a home.
And we’re personally going to see to it that four more families sleep safely. It’s why we formed the Corten Cavalry in the first place.
We’re also going to talk about “Single ISBU Container Solutions”.
I’m calling this “To BUMP – Or NOT to BUMP”.
We’ll look at ways to actually increase the size of your Single ISBU Container to allow comfortable living without breaking the bank.
And we’re going to look at some on-going projects ranging from “budget builds” to all out “OMG! I didn’t even know you could DO that!”
And, these projects will run the gambit from Design Stages all the way to “Oh Crap! I burned myself with the Plasma Cutter! Well… at least it cauterized the wound…” 😉
Here’s a sneak peek;
YES. You CAN live in a SINGLE ISBU Shipping Container. All it takes is a little imagination and some creative welding…
Can you say “BUMP!”??