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Green Magic Homes
The magic of the "green" and the effect of heat insulation, is provide by the earth embankments or buttresses on the sides of the structure.
Once covered with a top layer of soil, the embankments and top layer are wrapped in a geo-textile fabric, covered entirely with sod or other vegetation. This stabilizes the earth in the long term by the rooting action of the plants on top.
HOMES FOR COLD CLIMATES
Bio-Climated Houses that save energy. Ideal for snowy climates and protected by the earth.
HOMES FOR DESERT AREAS
Beautiful Desert Houses covered with sand, rocks and cactus with clean, fresh interiors.
GREEN · MAGIC · HOMES
Green Magic Homes car shelters are designed as not only utilitarian car shelters but also to add beauty to your garage landscape. Made of Fiber-Reinforced Polymer, GMH car shelters maximize your outdoor space by growing your garden on your car port.
Improve your outdoor setting with a sun shelter that can stay up all year long! GMH sun shelters provide shaded space to relax by the pool during hot summer days as well as a haven for friends and family to gather for dining. Moreover, with GMH’s innovative environment-friendly design and living roof concept, your gazebos would beautifully meld into the green surroundings of your backyard.
Can you imagine living under your garden, your flowers, your trees, in a green vibrant living environment? All of this has been made possible by the new Green Magic Homes technology. Fully waterproof and neat spaces that are safely engineered and constructed using modular elements made of fiber-reinforced composites, at reasonable costs and with endless possibilities of design and comfort. Clean architecture, free from moisture and filtrations, smooth surfaces, washable walls, rounded corners, high strength, naturally illuminated, large spaces and endless design possibilities—this is what defines a Green Magic Home. Our homes are a unique synthesis of design that uses cutting-edge materials and sustainable technology, which uses the oldest building material of all, the living earth.