Added by on 2019-12-17

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Arcosanti is a Urban Laboratory testing the idea of sustainable development by creating a compact town integrated with nature BECOME PART OF THE TEAM: The most helpful book I’ve ever bought: Find more about Arcosanti or buy a bell Home Tweets by Arcosanti Follow me on Social Media Tweets by Dylanmagaster Business inquires or music submissions: Music: Epidemic Sound: Amarante 😉 – Change Your World Purple Voyager – ELFL Amarante 😉 – Awakening The Bethesda Terrace Session (Instrumental Version) – Sven Karlsson Why Do You Still Hurt (Instrumental Version) – Martin Hall Source Footage: Home Paolo Soleri CAMERA GEAR Full Gear List: Special thanks to the Patrons: Paddy McCann, Iain Price, Abel Zyl, Jens Lennartsson, Amor Gebreel, interlooper42, Reinoud Vaandrager, Alisa DeGeorge, Brian Schneider, Cōsta Boutsikaris, Jude Waguespack, Larry Coonrod, Peter Vollers, Aaron Lane-Davies, Paulo Senra, Jhan Bent, Michael Taddeo, Two Cowboys, Nicholas John Celestin, Curtis Thornburg, Nico Vergara, Yuzuru Sato, Amit Shetty, Jessica Nigri, Ben Sullins, Constance Turner, isaac, Reg Prahalad, Matt Christie, Paul Howson, Philipp Stangenberg, Matt Christie, GlobalAlight, TJ Prince, Kombi Life, Steven Larcher, Vilhelm Borg Pedersen, Anders L. Jakobsen, Stefan Kamph, Bert Aerts, Mathew Mcpaul, Anna French, Luke Lewis, Eric A Phillips, Janet Frazier, Maria Cristina Henning, Noah Lone, Craig Mackay, Joyce Smith, Sandra Orwig, Marc Duncan, Brittany Simon, Tyran Fuller, Larry Lazaro, Dara Dziedzic, Pablo Cimadevila, Alice Le, Abi, and Lou Kruse Video Rating: / 5 December’s No Worries Club video kicks off the Arizona Desert Adventure series! Clinton works with Zorro, a colt that has had 7 rides. The training session is Zorro’s first time being ridden outside the arena and will give you a realistic look at what to expect from an inexperienced horse and […]


  • Goddess Gomorahh 10 months ago

    I don't like it at all…….If you looked into " Greening the Desert" I think you would be far more sustainable……..If you went underground for year round temp… even more sustainability

  • TERRORoftheLORD 10 months ago

    How to build a Godless society that worships the creation more than the creator.
    Step #1) Build Arcosanti
    Step #2) live there. . .

  • Nova Verse 10 months ago

    What about pest control.

    I have to admit, i like the idea to build arcology structures in the desert, as long as there's water and sun for generating energy, you can grow food and build more structures to enrich the environment..

  • TVfridge 10 months ago

    Looks and feels like a vintage GOOGLE campus

  • Samantha Bailey 10 months ago

    Okay, I am half way though the video and I see a lawn but no gardens… Where does the food come from?

  • Craig X 10 months ago

    This is a bunch of flighty hippies playing at being intellectuals. They might as well be banging on about crystals or dousing for water and gold for all it is worth. That whole thing is no more than a tourist trap and it has all the trappings, a story, tour guide, and food and gifts to sell.

  • funride58 10 months ago

    What about accessability? I see lots of stairs any elevators or ramps? could someone in a wheelchair live here?

  • Tom Fishman 10 months ago

    Ew you commies

  • Brdaley E 10 months ago

    No thank you,,, just one more way for the man to get us to live in close proximity, so that they can control and monitor our lives… Agenda 21 in action..

  • Marimilitarybrat 10 months ago

    Wow, Shannon there must be a plastic surgeon in Arcosanti. Interesting place. Where are the people? Does anyone else think that their outdoor auditorium structure resembles the one in the movie Soylent Green?

  • Mary Ellen Cook 10 months ago

    I agree with themoviecapo: how is this sustainable? I love the idea of this community, but why wasn't adobe used instead of concrete? Why aren't they utilizing the black water pond for fast growing trees or bamboo or hydroponic gardens after the water has been purified via the aerobic/anaerobic bacteria phase. Bamboo is fast growing, sustainable and an excellent building and insolation material as well as being able to use it for cloth. So much potential here that's either not shown or not being done.

  • Dominic Fox 1738 10 months ago

    I would love to see that place in person I might want to live their in the future

  • Bed Picnic 10 months ago

    I expected the housing to be on the top, not sure why

  • Martin Tabanag 10 months ago

    Wow! Architect and ecology for a better world and community. I love it. What is her name? Would love to follow her on instagram. She is so cute

  • Dusty Korpse 10 months ago

    Mind blown…

  • deemail100 10 months ago

    get an editor….2 minutes out of 12 is extremely frustrating.

  • Kelly Vance 10 months ago

    I keep thinking that ridiculously beautiful young woman is talking about another beautiful thing …. I better watch it again 😉

  • Flash Boom Boom 10 months ago

    im jeulous

  • jennyredbeans 10 months ago

    Also, where are all the people? I only see visitors.

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