This is a late 17th century Mud and Stud cottage in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds of England. You can find Mud and Stud homes in Jamestown, Virginia, USA built there by British colonists. Mud and stud is similar to wattle and daub but the mud (clay, sand and straw) is supported by vertical riven lathes. More at www.naturalhomes.org/timeline/mudandstud.htm

This is a late 17th century Mud and Stud cottage in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds of England. You can find Mud and Stud homes in Jamestown, Virginia, USA built there by British colonists. Mud and stud is similar to wattle and daub but the mud (clay, sand and straw) is supported by vertical riven lathes. More at www.naturalhomes.org/timeline/mudandstud.htm

The house is in Hellam Township, Pennsylvania, USA built from clay, straw bales, bamboo, cork stone and roundwood with a sedum green roof that can be reached from the first floor. More pictures at www.naturalhomes.org/casa-de-david.htm

The house is in Hellam Township, Pennsylvania, USA built from clay, straw bales, bamboo, cork stone and roundwood with a sedum green roof that can be reached from the first floor. More pictures at www.naturalhomes.org/casa-de-david.htm

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