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Infilling the voids with whatever You have *note the flex conduit. Before plastering.

Infilling the voids with whatever You have *note the flex conduit. Before plastering.

Bas relief wall sculpture vine with glauconite and lime natural pigment; sculpted on straw bale wall.

Cob wall sculpture on straw bale and earth plaster wall. Non-toxic, natural mineral paint with mica, finished with wax.

BLOG:  The house we're building has three major distinguishing features: 1. we're building it without incurring any debt; 2. it is a timber frame structure; and 3. the exterior walls will be plastered straw bales. We live debt and mortgage free, and building our house with that approach makes perfect sense.

Since we are going to have a wood shingle siding on the outside of our house rather than just plastered straw bales, there is a need to have.

Easter Island Earthship Academy wraps up session

Easter Island Earthship Academy wraps up session - Earthship Biotecture

Is It Possible to Build an Earthship in Moist, Freezing, Expansive Clay Soil?

We have beautiful, heavy, clay-rich soil. It’s great for cob (which explains the local proliferation of cob houses), great for earthen plasters and earthen floors but it seems to pose some ch…

Straw Bale and Cob workshops, solar energy consultations.

Scroll down and read about Our Missouri hand-built straw bale octagon home Building with Bales: a Hands-On Workshop Cob and Earthen Ovens Natural plasters and finishes

Cob on spiral stairs, painted with glauconite mineral and yellow oxide natural pigments.

Scroll down and read about Our Missouri hand-built straw bale octagon home Building with Bales: a Hands-On Workshop Cob and Earthen Ovens Natural plasters and finishes

". . . the Earthship is the epitome of sustainable design and construction. No part of sustainable living has been ignored in this ingenious building."  Earthships can be built in any part of the world, in any climate and still provide electricity, potable water, contained sewage treatment and sustainable food production.

Earthships can be built in any part of the world, in any climate and still provide electricity, potable water, contained sewage treatment and sustainable food production.

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