Gallery: INTERVIEW: Architect Hank Louis on ‘Design Build Bluff’ and Su...

Design Build Bluff is a university design and build course started by Hank Louis at the University of Utah School of Architecture. It's the type of program you wish you were a part of during school and one that you will probably want to help out with when you learn more about it. DBB just finished its seventh sustainably-built house in Navajo Nation in Southern Utah. Their latest house in a string of super affordable and sustainably-built structures, is a testament to the hearts of those involved and the amazing education in green building the students are receiving. I had a chance to sit down with Hank Louis for a juice after he returned from Bluff, Utah, where they base their construction operations out of. As you can imagine, we had a lot to talk about, especially about DBB's exciting new developments and how it differs from other university programs -- read on for our exclusive interview!

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  1. Helical Earthbag Shelte... November 16, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    […] year a number of students at Taliesin take part in the design/build shelter program in order to get a hands-on learning experience in building what they design. Many students as of […]

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