Building with Ubuntu-Blox with Inventor Harvey Lacey

In October of 2014, we held a weekend workshop with Texan inventor and metal smith Harvey Lacey. Expanding on his previous designs, we built a bigger leverage-driven polystyrene compression machine with reclaimed wood, most of it from shipping pallets. We shredded and bagged a large amount of polystyrene, which we then used to make Ubuntu-Blox in the new machine. The freshly compressed Ubuntu-Blox were used to build a new wall for the Earth Nurse community in the historic village of Agua Fria here in Santa Fe. It was a pleasure working with Harvey and Glenda, his wife, and we look forward to welcoming them back to Santa Fe for more workshops in the future.

See our videos of the workshop HERE and visit the UBUNTU-BLOX WEBSITE