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November 15, 2008

The Year of Mud: Building a Cob House

Filed under: Frugality,Random Stuff — Paul Williams @ Crackerjack Greenback @ 4:00 am

Cob House by neil-san on Flickr       I love the idea of building a cob house. Ever since I’ve learned about it, I’ve had a desire to build one myself. It’s a very versatile building material, has excellent thermal mass properties, and is the epitome of frugality when it comes to building a home. I don’t know if I’ll ever get to build my own cob house, but I can watch the process on a blog called The Year of Mud: Building a Cob House. Brian is documenting his own experience building a cob house with pictures and posts describing the process. I really like reading up on what he’s doing, and I thought I would share the blog with you.

Inside of Cob House by neil-san on Flickr       If you’d like to learn more about building with cob, I’ve included a few of the links I’ve collected below:

  • Wikipedia Entry about Cob
  • Ianto Evans and Linda Smiley’s Website about Cob
  • A Short Article by Ianto Evans about Building with Cob
  • The Cob Builder’s Handbook Online (incomplete)
  • 2 Comments »

    1. Thanks for the nod!

      Comment by ziggy — November 19, 2008 @ 4:40 pm

    2. No problem, ziggy! I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog. Keep it up! 🙂

      Comment by Paul Williams @ Crackerjack Greenback — November 19, 2008 @ 4:51 pm

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