An Earthship is a type of passive solar house that is made of both natural and recycled materials (such as earth-filled tires), designed and marketed by Earthship Biotecture of Taos, New Mexico. Earthships are intended to be "off-the-grid ready" homes, with minimal reliance on both public utilities and fossil fuels. Earthships are constructed using available natural resources, especially energy from the sun. Earthships are designed to use thermal mass construction and natural cross ventilation, assisted by thermal draught (Stack effect), to regulate indoor temperature.1 Earthships were definitely meaningful at the time of resource shortage, these kinds of house maximize the use of products that are mass produced intended to have a short lifespan. “Employment of adapting consumer packaging as a product-subsidized building material.”2 Recycling leftover products is build up an autonomous system in a larger scale, those defunct leftovers are affecting the city in a negative way, let them function in another field is consumed and producing as the same time.