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Architect and Experimental House Builder Michael Reynolds Lives in This Structure Which Is a Compendium of His Experiments in the Field, near Taos, New Mexico. the Left Portion of the Structure with the Pyramid-Shaped Roof Has Been Built Using Empty Steel Beer and Soft Drink Cans. The Sloping Walls at Its Base is a Solar Heat Collector. Reynolds Has Built Entire Homes from the Cans, and Reports They Can Be Built as Much as 20% Cheaper Than Conventional Housing, 06/1974.
U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier:
Hiser, David, 1937-
Taos (Taos county, New Mexico, United States) inhabited place
Environmental Protection Agency
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