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Notes from Mandala

Energy-Efficient Homes Less Likely To Default

    Pacific Insti­tute for Cli­mate Solu­tions reveals good news about mak­ing the choice to build an Energy-Efficient Man­dala Home PICS reports: “The risk of default­ing on a mort­gage is 32% lower for home­own­ers that live in energy-efficient homes, accord­ing to a new study by..

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    Your “Just Right” Home

      Some aspects of a home that is just right for you are very personal.Homey elements can be symbols of places from your past- perhaps a childhood bedroom that was a sanctuary, a favorite collection of books, a photo of the..

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      Mandala Homes at BUILDEX Vancouver

          Ready to travel from Nel­son to Van­cou­ver, meet like-minded build­ing peo­ple, and answer ques­tions about Man­dala Homes. Lars Chose and Rachel Ross of Man­dala Homes will be attend­ing the BUILDEX show Feb. 13th and 14th, 2013. at the Van­cou­ver Con­ven­tion Cen­tre. We..

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        Snug Mandala Home

          “Efficient house design is based on the natural energies coming into the system (sun, wind,rain) on surrounding vegetation, and on commonsense building practices.” Bill Mollison   South Elevation The use of intelligent design to reduce the amount of energy required..

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          Most Popular Mandala Design for 2013

            We are very excited about the year 2013 and the Man­dala Tama­rack.  With many vari­a­tions, this design is rapidly becom­ing our most pop­u­lar design. Some client choices are: a com­plex for multi­gen­er­a­tional liv­ing, using the cen­ter as a sun-catch for year-round gar­den space,..

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            Mandala Homes Wins Prize

              Best of Busi­ness Read­ers Choice Award The read­ers of Koote­nay Busi­ness Mag­a­zine have selected Man­dala Homes as one of the Koote­nays’ best!  Find the news in the September/October 2012 issue of Koote­nay Busi­ness Magazine...

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              How Do You Arrange Furniture in a Round Home?

                ” Nesting, homemaking is a major means of personal expression and development.” James Yandell, former president C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco   I’ll tell you a not-so-secret secret… Mandala’s aren’t precisely round! Yes, it’s true. Mandala’s are designed as..

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                Your Green Kitchen– The Natural Way

                  Tips for cre­at­ing a kitchen that is health­ier for the planet and your family! Whether you are build­ing a new Man­dala home or want­ing to improve the home you are cur­rently liv­ing in, there are a few sim­ple actions you..

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                  Mandala Symbolism

                    We’ve seen it happen a hundred  times. For the first time, a person enters our Mandala home; they step from the stone floor in the entryway, through the translucent Shoji doors and into the center of the mandala,  their gaze lifts..

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                    The Ancient Wisdom of Building Round

                      The old­est forms of indige­nous shel­ter were often round in shape. (Think the South­west USA Hogan, Mon­go­lian Yurt, North Amer­i­can Teepee and the Greek Ten­emos, among oth­ers.) Why did our ances­tors choose to build round? Because the ovid shape — eggs, earth,..

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