Tag Archives: mexico

World Hands Project – Pallet Houses in Mexico

While the World Hands Project is currently going through internal re-organization I was happy to find that during past workshops they’ve helped people down in Mexico build some simple homes from shipping pallets. Instead of using some kind of manufactured insulation they’ve actually been packing the pallet cavities with a cob like mixture. I imagine that […]

Arial Homes – Continued

After my first post on Arial Homes I was happy to get an email from Tom Pirelli, the Executive Director of The Arial Foundation. He filled me in on some of the details and future plans for making Arial Homes available in America. He also passed on a lot of great photos that show their […]