SuperAdobe building and land restoration on 10 acres in the Mojave Desert at 4,500 feet elevation.
The property includes abandoned, partially completed SuperAdobe dome structures, an Airstream trailer, well, septic system, shipping container, in-ground trampoline bed, and water storage tanks. The surrounding land is undeveloped.
The buildings were initially permitted by the previous land owners but never completed. The original design by Nadir Khalili was at least partially funded by NASA as part of Khalili's proposal to construct in-situ "super-adobe" structures on the surface of the moon.
A succession of previous owners scraped a significant amount of the vegetation and topsoil from the property, which are being restored using earthworks to capture water and regenerate soil.
Underground pipes interconnect water, power and septic lines for the various structures. Systems also include small-scale solar and battery and a lounge in the front third of the shipping container. Berms protect from wind and create privacy from a dirt road.