Book: The Pyramid Home Book by Dennis Hayescategories: Book, Home Building, Futuristic Designs, Pyramids, Pyramid Homes, Home Design, Modern Home Designs, Disaster Survivability, Economical Housing, Architecture
Dennis Hayesabout this book: The first book written on pyramid homes. It covers the benefits of pyramid homes being 300% more efficient, cutting your energy bills to 1/3 of a box home of comparative size. They withstand 250 mph winds, 8.0 earthquakes giving your family unsurpassed safety and are cheaper to build. They use 1/8 of the wood as a stick framed home, saving trees our most valuable resource. They have a focusing energy that effects many things, which are covered in the book. People meditate under them, have lucid dreams, more energy and improved health. We have been building post and beam houses for over 300 years and it's time to think outside the box. The utility companies would rather you didn't read this book. We can change the future by the decisions we make today.
Not since Bucky Fuller's geodesic dome has there been a more efficient shape for housing. The pyramid, an ancient architectural form with a modern twist reclaims the powers forgotten for centuries that can enhance our lives and increase our wealth. They will reduce the demand on the power grid and help clean our atmosphere. The are the most sustainable choice available by today's definition of sustainability.
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