Bioclimatic dome home in Costa Rica built with Nader Khalili’s earth bag technique
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Ayal Bryant from Barro Vivo CR told Inhabitat because they live in a relatively hot and dry climate, where they receive about 3 months of rain and the rest of the year is pretty much dry, they wanted to build a house that would remain cool during the day without air-conditioning or fans. "So we decided to go for super adobe mainly because of its thermal properties but also because one of how it feels almost primal to live within," she said. The house - comprised of five full domes and four...