This home was constructed for a mother and daughter who live on the Navajo Nation near Bluff, Utah.
It is off-the-grid. Some key features include a rain catchment roof, rammed earth trombe wall, solar pv, recycled window wall, propane refrigerator and stove, repurposed wood pallets as the sub-roof structure.
It was created by graduate students participating in DesignBuildBLUFF during the 2004 spring semester at the University of Utah College of Architecture + Planning.
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