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Gallery | Cob Together - Cob, natural building, and strawbale workshops

Gallery | Cob Together - Cob, natural building, and strawbale workshops

"Ms. Bee has built her own cob houses, and warns: “Caution: Cob is addicting”. She encourages women to build their own cob houses, as a way to be less dependent on the patriarchal system for their shelter. She feels that cobbing is a way for women to re-experience a sense of community, and be empowered to make more life choices for themselves."

Bee has built her own cob houses, and warns: “Caution: Cob is addicting”.

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The Earth House Estate Lättenstrasse in Dietikon,Switzerland consists of several Hobbit Hole-style dwellings located around a wet courtyard.In The Lord Of The Rings the Hobbits live in the Shire in their distinctive dwellings known as Hobbit Holes.

Cob House Construction by the Mudgirls

2013 Random Shots As dynamic members of our collective, MudGirls also work as workshop cooks!

A student flat of only 10 square meters is currently exhibited at the Virserum Art Museum in the county Småland, Sweden.

A student flat of only 10 square meters is currently exhibited at the Virserum Art Museum in the county Småland, Sweden. from Tengbom Architects

How to Make and Build with Cob

Here are a few pictures or mixing cob to explain it in a visual way. and other DIY Housebuilding tips

10 Straw-bale homes – an eco-friendly alternative to explore

10 Straw-bale homes – an eco-friendly alternative to explore

An Overview of Alternative Housing Designs: Part 2 - Covered Straw-Bale, Earthship, Earth-Sheltered, and Cordwood Homes.

John and Susan Glassford run Huff 'n' Puff Strawbale Constructions in Ganmain NSW, Australia. This is a video tour of their beautiful straw bale house. John has 14 Strawbale Golden Rules all worth keeping in mind for anyone thinking of building with straw bales.

Strawbale buildings 14 golden rules /Natural building with John and Susan Glassford

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The DIY House That The Real Estate Industry Hopes You Won’t See

hosts get a lesson in how to do cob construction, and a feel for the material's sculptural qualities.