Green Home Building and Sustainable Architecture

Sustainable architecture is an exciting and important field, with many people reviving traditional methods of building and others creating innovations to established practices. Kelly Hart, webmaster of the popular website, posts text and photos featuring what he discovers from around the world.

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Location: Crestone, Colorado, United States

Kelly Hart has been involved with green building concepts for much of his life. He has also worked in various fields of communication media, including still photography, cinematography, animation, video production and now website development. Kelly has lived in an earthbag/papercrete home that he built and consults about sustainable building design.

September 01, 2012

Kelly Hart Interviewed on Talkupy

I will be interviewed on an internet podcast this coming Tuesday, September 4th, at 11AM Eastern Time. The program is called Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom, (as in "occupy") and should last about an hour. I will be discussing how to build homes using nature as your guide. If you miss the show it can accessed at their archives. Go to to either listen to the live podcast or find the archived show.


Anonymous Jessica Francisco said...

I am a fan of your green home constructions. My mom had her masters in Colorado before, and she told me how crisp and fresh the air was in Denver. Homes should be built according to its surroundings so nature and building could co-exist well enough.

4:21 AM  
Blogger Superjewjon said...

I noticed you blog on books using wood and other like materials for sustainable construction.

Do you know of good references that discuss sustainable construction with Geopolymer Concretes?

9:48 AM  
Blogger Kelly Hart said...

My associate Owen Geiger has a blog about geopolymer construction:

8:52 AM  

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