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Wattle and daub

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On my recent visit to the farm I learned that one of the walls (in a room I was staying in) was not like the others. This one, due to space constraints, had been made differently -- using interwoven bamboo, instead of straw bales.

Photos © Craig Mackintosh The main buildings at the PRI's Zaytuna Farm remind me a little of those cute homes I saw in tales in children's books as a kid. You know -- the edible type, made of sug

Esta es una de las muchas casas castreñas de Felin Uchaf en Gales, donde se encuentran los restos de más de 1.000 castros de la Edad de Hierro, cada uno de ellos incluye varias casas circulares similares. Los celtas construyeron sus casas con los materiales naturales disponibles. Las casas castreñas de Felin Uchaf se construyen de la misma manera, utilizando solamente materiales naturales disponibles en la zona o tierras cercanas. www.naturalhomes.org/es/

Los celtas construyeron sus casas con los materiales naturales disponibles. Las casas castreñas de Felin Uchaf se construyen de la misma manera, utilizando solamente materiales naturales disponibles en la zona o tierras cercanas.

Wattle and daub construction is a fantastic natural building technique that has been used to build internal and external walls in homes for centuries. It is great for the beginner builder as the more wattle you weave, the stronger the wall gets. Follow this wattle and daub primer to get started.

Wattle and daub construction is a fantastic natural building technique that has been used to build internal and external walls in homes for centuries. It is great for the beginner builder, as the more wattle you weave, the stronger the wall gets. Follow this wattle and daub primer to get started.

Wattle and Daub

I submit this to the annuals of tiny house history. On December 21, 1620, the first landing party arrived at the site of what would later become the settlement of Plymouth, Mass and thus began the North American tiny house movement. Due to weather conditions on 'the Rock' plans to begin house construction was delayed

How to Build a Sturdy Wattle Fence with Tree Branches

A wattle fence is easy to build, aesthetically delightful, and pretty much free as far as building materials go. Ready to start weaving?

Soundproof Wattle and Daub

Go to our Natural Building Blog where we answer questions.http://naturalbuildingblog.comI'm using this wattle and daub sample to demonstrate how you can buil...