Want eco-friendly shelter, this family built a house in glass

Want eco-friendly shelter, this family built a house in glass

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Wanting a healthy and environmentally friendly dwelling for their four children, the Norwegian couple decided to build a bio-dome in the Arctic region.

Reported by Oddity Central (13/7), Benjamin and Ingrid Marie Hertefolger set up their dream home on Sandhorney Island, northern Norway. The couple is very concerned about the continuity of the surrounding environment. Both want their home to be made from natural ingredients only, such as wood, glass, or a mixture of straw, sand, and clay. But the house must also withstand harsh polar weather.

Home in a glass vault belonging to the Hertefolger Facebook / Hertefolger US family
The Hertefolger couple heard about the ecological superiority of the geodesy dome. So they contacted Solardome Industries who specialize in making such a dome. Both order a sophisticated glass dome as well as environmentally friendly to protect the entire house.

Solardome Industries meets the request of Hertefolger couples with a PRO SOLARDOME technology dome with a diameter of 15 meters and a height of 7.5 meters. The installation process of the dome takes three weeks. The dome made of glass does not require a foundation, so the environmental impacts of the soil can be minimized. The dome itself consists of 360 glass panels supported by a recycled aluminum frame. Remarkably, this dome can last up to 100 years with maintenance of sober.

Home in a glass vault belonging to the Hertefolger Facebook / Hertefolger US family
Bio dome is also equipped with a waste processing system that allows household waste to be converted into fertilizer and irrigation of the garden. The dome also serves as a greenhouse to grow fruits and vegetables.

Home in a glass vault belonging to the Hertefolger Facebook / Hertefolger US family

The home in the glass vault belonging to the Hertefolger Facebook / Hertefolger US family of Benjamin and Ingrid says if they want to give their four children a healthy childhood and give them enough insight to manage life on earth as an adult. Both teach children to live with nature. Instead of playing games in the house or hanging out at the mall, the four children Hertefolger jutru prefer outdoor activities.
Curious how much is the house price in the geodetic dome belonging to the Hertefolger family? According to The Nordic Page, husband and wife Hertefolger must spend of $ 490,500 or about Rp 6.4 billion. Expensive indeed, but the idea of ??eco-friendly dwelling is worthy of inspiration. [tsr]

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