Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Cottage Building in Cob

I was sent a link today to an upload site listing a 1919 publication titled: Cottage Building in Cob, Pisé, Chalk & Clay. This was written by a fellow named Clough Williams-Ellis and is an enjoyable in informative read. Here's the link:


Here's a picture of a cob 'cottage' from the inside cover:

In tsuitate-land, I've started gluing the bubinga panels up and will be adding a post soon to update that thread.

Thanks for dropping by today.

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