A Navajo Indian Reservation in Naatani, Arizona tests out new BioEnergy domes that produce around eleven pounds of organic produce every day. In other news, a plagiarism war erupts between Architectural Record and Arch Daily, and get a glimpse at the the first vehicle to be constructed through 3-D printing.
Check out the headlines after the jump.
• Self-sustaining BioEnergy Domes Produce Organic Veggies, Fish and Energy! | inhabitat
• Architectural Record Calls Out Arch Daily for Plagiarism | Media Bistro
• Exclusive Look At The Prototype of World's First 3-D Printed Car | Fast Company