The holiday home and showhome Kiwi Greenie was constructed using the following technology and materials.
Cementing the chamber of the composting toilet.
Look at that handsome captain, keeping an eye on unqualified Lawrence.
The floor is just polished Takaka River builders mix - as it comes, natural.
One stud screwing another.
The infamous and multi-talented Norry.
Special WOOFERS - Clyde, Crissy, Dariusz, boy.
Battling 30 knot winds the boys fasten down the waterproof roofing paper (Pro Clima SOLITEX MENTO 3000 roof underlay) to keep out the coming rainstorms. Highly recommended product!
Jetstream know how to blow... 500mm depth of recycled glass. This product reduced roof insulation labour by 3-4 days.
Native Kahikatea tree milled from the property and turned into tongue-n-groove ceiling cladding.
The mission to Wellington and back on the weekend. A trailerload of windows. You gotta do what you gotta do.
Amani in the toilet chamber.
Cleans up nicely!
Finn McIntyre - practicing his electrical skillz. Still overdue to be qualified.
Look at this work of art. Cheers Alliance Plumbing. Shane Harwood at his best.
What everyone doesn't see or appreciate. You dig a hole and cover it up again.
Kiwi Greenie was constructed over several months in the second half of 2014. A massive effort from a good bunch of professionals and amateurs made it come together perfectly. Thanks to everyone who lent us a hand.