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Mudando Mudango
Mudando Mudango
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Rua Onze, Orquideas, 25, Jardins de Petrópolis, Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, BR
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical

Andréa Conard
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Mudando Mudango

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Urban, Rural, Residential, Demonstration

Project Summary

2 acre lot in the hills of Nova Lima will birth our family into independence and grounded life. Mud and go! We've been harvesting natural materials and collecting construction waste to build our way out of the city.

Project Description

Mudando Mud'an'go!

Bioconstruction, permaculture design, self reliance, food forest, water harvesting, Mata Atlântica seed collecting and nursery, Capoeira Angola...

This is the dream of living in a periurban lot in one of the largest remnants of Mata Atlântica of the Belo Horizonte Metropolitan Area. In this dream we also hope to find partner souls to propagate our culture of permanence, to collect new and old friends to this self-aid path.


General update for 2014 building season

2014 building season. Local timber harvesting, adobe brick production, superadobe walls, adobe walls laying, reciprocal frame roof, etc

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