We know aircrete is a good insulator, however, it lacks thermal mass. The ideal solution, IMO, would be a hybrid dome composed of the south facing (in NA) aspect made of earthbag for thermal mass, and the north facing aspect made of aircrete for insulation; or, alternatively, the front aspect being bag halfway around up to maybe 2-3 meters with south facing glazing directing light onto a thermal mass internally with the remainder aircrete. Has this approach been tried? Could they be tied together successfully? Just a thought.
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Hybrid earthbag/aircrete structure
Electrical/Plumbing Services etc
The shell construction has been pretty well addressed, however, not finding much information on finishing and running services into and out of the structure, i.e electrical and plumbing, wastewater, pass throughs, etc. Any detailed video/photo/descriptions would be helpful, as a completed house is not just a shell. Merci grazi.