Original Habitat Design Sketch - Scaled

The idea of using a common cement wall, large sliding doors for light & outside acces that blends into local geology, soils, climate enough to be far less visually obtrusive.

All this a thin stucco-like armature, the dead-air preventing heat-transfer better & other benefits, it's simple but complex to produce truly autonomous architecture, off everything, water and power.

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