Holly Beck is widely known for her skills in the water as a professional surfer, but she’s also involved with a wide range of projects promoting positive social and environmental change. Her Hip-E Habitat website chronicles her experiences with sustainable, eco-friendly building, focused largely on creating an environmentally friendly home base in Nicaragua.
Hip-E Habitat posts cover everything from selecting appropriate building materials to balancing practical livability with a home’s environmental footprint. Besides her Nicaraguan adventures, Beck also profiles innovative home designs she encounters in her travels, like the “Tiny House” in Hopland, CA and a geodesic dome in New York. It’s fascinating reading for anyone interested in creative problem-solving and efficient home design.
Read more at the Hip-E Habitat blog.