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From Sky to Earth:
Watcher Catchment details in an Earthship

In early 2016 I worked with Earthship Biotecture, a design/build architecture firm developing radically sustainable residential projects. Each design was 100% off the grid, providing renewable energy from the sun, fresh water caught from the sky, and decentralized processing of black water. I was brought on board to develop graphics for Earthship Academy Textbook, including schematics for high-end residential plans and for smaller, more affordable one-bedroom units.


This sequence of images illustrates the path of water through an Earthship from sky to tap.  Employing unconventional materials such as a salad bowls and inverted toilet flanges alongside subterranean cisterns, pumps, and filters, this design schematic can be sized and configured for any single family home.

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