Moon to Moon: the home of                                                       …

Moon to Moon: The Cob Home of . John Wild Just do this to an interior in a regular house. Build a shower instead of installing one. Careful of plumbing and electrical access.

Farm Boy Meets Girl: Two Babies Later...: Cob Homes and a Dream

Farm Boy Meets Girl: Two Babies Later.: Cob Homes and a Dream. Me:I'm moving in.

floor plans for cob homes | ... Earthy and warm, the inside of cob homes exude an incomparable charm

A natural homes interior can be calming and comforting. This interior has natural cob plastering, an earthen floor and roundwood posts and beams.

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Earth Shelter Fireplaces and Ovens

cob-house-stove-The wood stove is surrounded by cob for thermal mass, and includes a warm nook with shelf to culture yogurt.

Explore the multifaceted world of cob construction by building shelves, relief sculptures and more that will enhance your cob home and give it more character.data-pin-do=

Cob Construction: Shelves, Furniture and More - DIY

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

A house of clay, gravel and straw in is no ordinary house, Kirsten Maria and her boyfriend Rene Hansen has built. The house with the beautiful organic form located in the ecological village Torup in North Zealand Denmark. It is home made and called a cobhus.

A house of clay, gravel and straw in is no ordinary house, Kirsten Maria and her boyfriend Rene Hansen has built. The house with the beautiful organic form located in the ecological village Torup in North Zealand Denmark. Appears to be written in Danish

Rounded windowed walls with a reading chair in the back half of the room and this would be a perfect office!

Check out this awesome listing on Airbnb: Tiny one room cob cottage - Earth Houses for Rent in Gualala

Sasha Rabin is an amazing educator in natural building.  She has been doing it, and teaching the craft for a long time.  You can find her workshops in California at Quailsprings.org or at Earthenshelter.com.  Her cob workshops typically teach you to build with several methods to include earth bag, earth tube, strawbale, and just plain cob.  She does specific workshops on rocket mass heaters as well, and teaches some of them at the Cal Earth Institute.  She recently returned from Africa…

{Hybrid Dome built by Earthen Shelter. This dome was built out of natural materials like cob and straw in the high desert of southern CA}

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