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Ontology[edit | edit source]

  • Documentation / Projects / Project documentation - Pages documenting a project, written in a personal, usually first-person style
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The Hexayurt is a refugee shelter system based on work done at the Rocky Mountain Institute. It uses an approach based on "autonomous building" to provide not just a shelter, but a comprehensive family support unit which includes drinking water purification, composting toilets, fuel-efficient stoves and solar electric lighting. Other systems can be added in a modular fashion. Here is a one page summary (pdf). Vinay Gupta invented the basic shape for classic hexayurts and a number of variations, and placed it in the Public Domain. This allows others to develop the original idea further. This wiki page, and associated pages, are the repository for hexayurt do-it-yourself building data, and primarily reference building techniques

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Total: 15,188

Type Count
Translations 4270
Projects 6546
Books 1192
Organizations 533
Topics 655
People 28

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