The Home2Live™ concept
Home2Live™ – Conscious Living
What can we offer via the Home2Live™ concept?
- Affordable building systems
Alternative energy systems incl. sewage treatment endwater filtration systems
- Combined food production systems with fish cultivation and vegetable growing in an urban environment, both combined with residential, commercial and industrial buildings / developments, hotels and so on. This can even be built totally off-grid.
We are also looking to bring to the world another unique building system, consisting of reinforced glass fiber modules.
The main reason for us wanting to fully integrate the foam concrete building system into our operations, are many. Here are some of the key points;
- Very quick production and erection time
- Excellent U-values against heat or cold which results is less need for heating or cooling
- Stands against extreme fire
- The material is 100% stable and doesn’t get mold or mildew on it, plus it doesn’t rot nor shrink
- It can stand against hurricanes and tornadoes up to category 5
- It can stand against earthquakes up to 9.0 on the Richter’s scale
- It’s very cost effective
- Environmentally friendly
- Fully recyclable
- Very good acoustic insulation
- Passive house standard can be achieved quite easily
- No waste on construction site
- Regular houses and social houses with good insulation against heat or cold
- Elderly homes
- Commercial or industrial buildings
- Solar power
- Wind power
- Thermal power
- Sewage treatment systems to convert the sewage to fertilizers
- Water filtration systems, to extract the water from the sewage and recycle it
- Gather rainwater, filter it and use it
- Fish cultivation in basements of buildings
- Vegetable growing on rooftops of buildings
- Aquaponics systems with integration between the blue (fish) and the green (vegetables)
A Home2Live™ building system for residential, commercial and industrial buildings, made of reinforced glass fiber elements, to be built like LEGO®, and with more or less no need of refurbishing for at least one lifetime, if not even up to three lifetimes. The material can be built with in water, also salt water, and won’t deteriorate.
The system is originally from Norway, and well tested with more than 200 built projects in Norway since 1965. The picture showing a church in Norway, built in 1965, has had no need of refurbishing of the façade since it was built.Other Reference Projects
The other main solution is to bring a new technology to the farming industry first of all, mainly insulated by cheap soap bubbles, called the SolaRoof system, which mainly is a liquid cooling and insulating system to keep the stable temperatures inside the greenhouse, so the plants grow faster, with no use of pesticides, saving around 80-90% energy for heating and cooling, and also saving around 80-90% water.
Soap bubbles are the next big thing to create new zero carbon buildings, and we have the solution.
Soap bubbles are the next big thing to insulate agricultural structures, for food security, efficient cultivation of fish and growth of vegetables, as well as using the same base structures as shelters for refugees for homeless people incl. food production, or even temporary emergency field hospitals to be deployed anywhere in the world, no matter which climate zone, hot, cold, dry, humid, arctic or desert. We have the solutions.
The next step moving forward with this building system, is to set up a new line of production.
Our plan is to establish a robotic factory producing this large scale, one in the US (possibly Florida), one in Europe (possibly Sweden), and grow from there with more production facilities around the world as the demand increases. We are looking for investors whom would have the financial strength to participate in this housing revolution.