Cob housing

I collected a couple of examples of cob housing to show you how we could create our housing in the community. More ideas to come.

Cob housing is a Eco friendly method of building homes using local materials such as sand, clay, horse manure, soil and straw. There are alot of courses for people to learn this method, it is a very cheap way of building structures.

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5 Responses to Cob housing

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    What is the soil you are on/crops grown on site/additional materials (timber,rock etc) gradient?

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