The Sophisticated Smart Platform

 

SHE Build   Sustainable 21st Century Home Environment. 

Bradley Robinson... innovating uniquely beautiful homes since the early 1990s. Homes that are quiet, comfortable resilient and clean, sustainably, homes that create and utilize waste streams.

The process cost savings gained from simple modular building techniques, integrated into a sophisticated global smart technology platform. 

The grey-water stream is fracked in an open processes that result in Energy Materials and Nutrient Rich Streams, methane, and potable water, leveraged by our greenhouses to grow food. The thermal electric battery captures and stores surplus heat energy, and the gas and nutrients are utilized rather than released as waste into the environment causing downstream impacts. 

Built with a minimal amount of materials, the walls floors and foundation combine into an efficient modular structure that is easy and quick to build. Conventional, and non conventional materials are used such as recycled organic fibre, steel, plastics and polystyrene. 

Built without a wood frame or a standard concrete foundation, using minimal amounts of cement and reinforcements, the insulating WebBlock, Xcrete core arrays, the completed structural envelope is in essence an engineered stress skin unibody and core system. 

SHE builds surprisingly strong thermally and materials efficient cost competitive structures.

SHE   Sustainable Home Environment

 

 
The Platform Thermal Battery is adaptable to even the most challenging building sites.

The Platform Thermal Battery is adaptable to even the most challenging building sites.

The Design Flexibility is Unprecedented, limited only by your "imagination and dreams".

The Design Flexibility is Unprecedented, limited only by your "imagination and dreams".

The Information House... commonly available pre baled blocks of off the shelf WASTE " cellulose insulation " 

The Information House... commonly available pre baled blocks of off the shelf WASTE " cellulose insulation " 

Small and very affordable Energy and  " Materials Efficient Exponential Resiliency " 

Small and very affordable Energy and  " Materials Efficient Exponential Resiliency " 

Whether you live in a cold or hot climate the essential feature is resource scarcity Insulation and Climatic Mitigation  

Whether you live in a cold or hot climate the essential feature is resource scarcity Insulation and Climatic Mitigation  

Built with 1:4:9 ratio panels, SHE Builds utilize the geometry of the circle squared to maximize floor space and solar energy absorption while minimizing exterior wall materials. In addition the home constructed in circular form is more extreme weather resistant, be it from strong temperatures, high winds or earthquakes. Squaring the circle is a buffer zone which provides the space for an attached greenhouse that provides food and clean air for a healthy home as well as providing an area for the enjoyment of the home/nature interface. The modular system of SHE Builds also provides for unlimited design potential as any shape and or size can be achieved.

Squaring the circle is a problem proposed by ancient geometers. It may be taken to ask whether specified axioms of euclidian geometry concerning the existence of lines and circles that entail the existence of such a square.

In 1882, the principle task was proven to be impossible, as a consequence of the  Lindermann_Wierstrass Theorm which proves that PI (π) is a Transcendental rather than an algebraic irrational number; that is, it is not the root of any polynomial with rational coefficients. It had been known for some decades before then that the construction would be impossible if π were transcendental, but π was not proven transcendental until 1882. Approximate squaring to any given non-perfect accuracy, in contrast, is possible in a finite number of steps, since there are rational numbers arbitrarily close to π.

The expression "squaring the circle" is sometimes used as a metaphor for trying to do the impossible.

 

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A simple building and materials technique that creates an affordably integrated and sophisticated smart technology platform.

An important theme to these homes is the benign fracking of waste streams, where grey-water is recycled in a closed loop process that results in a nutrient rich stream, methane gas, heat energy and water. These products are utilized by the attached greenhouse to grow food rather than being released into the environment creating downstream impacts. 

The in-house smart platform is an efficiency opportunity that can be integrated with new energy supplies to provide an entirely novel access to sustainable energy and grid scale storage. Potable water is recycled, liquid and sanitary utilities provide for a steady nutrient supply water and methane for in-house greenhouse food co-production.

 

Methane produced by anaerobic digestion of in-house waste streams.

Methane produced by anaerobic digestion of in-house waste streams.

Thermal heat energy can be stored and converted to electricity.

Thermal heat energy can be stored and converted to electricity.

A foundation scale thermal electric storage and sanitary platform enables multiple renewables technologies to be incorporated seamlessly into a smart building platform strategy. 

A foundation scale thermal electric storage and sanitary platform enables multiple renewables technologies to be incorporated seamlessly into a smart building platform strategy. 

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Squaring the circle is a buffer zone which provides the space for an attached greenhouse that provides food and clean air for the home as well as providing an area for the enjoyment of the home/nature interface. 

Squaring the circle is a buffer zone which provides the space for an attached greenhouse that provides food and clean air for the home as well as providing an area for the enjoyment of the home/nature interface. 

Liquid gold water rich fertilizer byproduct from the anaerobic digester

Liquid gold water rich fertilizer byproduct from the anaerobic digester

An important theme to these homes is the benign fracking of waste streams, where grey-water is recycled in a closed loop process that results in a water rich nutrient stream, methane gas, heat, energy and water.

These products are utilized by the four seasons attached greenhouse to grow food rather than being released into the environment creating downstream impacts.

 

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