It is no longer today that man is seeking life on other planets, whether for a possible change if life on earth becomes impossible, or mere curiosity. If some people can not even imagine what life would be like on another planet, the Iranian architect Nader Khalili spent his life dedicating himself to building constructions in an emergency context, developing an architecture completely different from anything you have ever seen. […]
One of their most iconic home models is the ‘ SuperAdobe’, built from a revolutionary system that uses few tools and materials like soil and sand bags as support. Nader died in 2008, but throughout his legacy left a non-profit organization, the California Institute of Architecture (CalEarth), which until today is dedicated to building this type of housing.
Not only has Super Adobe gone through difficult earthquake tests, but it has proven itself to be the best candidate if mankind decides to move to Mars, for example, even arriving at the 1984 NASA symposium, Lunar Bases and Space Activities of the 21st Century .
Inspired by the traditional architecture of the Iranian deserts, with these houses we can even imagine what it would be like to live on another planet. However, at the beginning of his work, what inspired the architect to develop this type of construction was his poor childhood and the need to think of a more affordable, faster and cheaper housing.
With Super Adobe homes scattered around the world – including in Brazil, you can even rent one through Airbnb in California.Interested?Designer se especializa em arquitetura interplanetária para casas em outros planetas — VIVIMETALIUN