For the last seven years, Geoship has created a platform for Beirschenk’s ultimate goal: To build regenerative villages and help people live in a regenerative way, not just a different type of architecture.
Through his R&D, the ceramic dome rose to the top as the most efficient structure, flowing from the original mission of Buckminster Fuller and executing the vision through the use of 21st Century materials and manufacturing technology.
In this episode of Green Planet Blue Planet, Host Julian Guderley speaks with Morgan about the synergies that happen as a result of GeoShip’s process to innovate a bioceramic material for dome construction.
The discussion leads to how to come together in a digital space that will build relationships and lead to the creation of villages through a democratized design build process, and ultimately get, to scale to reduce home costs to about $80 a square foot, and achieve a 95% reduced carbon footprint. The structures are fireproof, hurricane and earthquake resistant and the health benefits are real, with 100% non-toxic materials. The ceramics and the fractal geometry work together to create a sense of balance that uniquely combines low cost, sustainable, resilient and healthy attributes for home building, ecological and regenerative living.
Tune in to hear more about the entire process unique to GeoShip, as well as Morgan’s philosophies decentralized home building to benefit villages. Subscribe to the Better Worlds YouTube Channel for shows and events focused on climate action and building better worlds.
About Morgan Bierschenk
As Founder and CEO, Morgan works to make the world work, for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation, without ecological offense or the disadvantage of anyone.