Tohma House by Hiroshi Horio Architects | Dezeen
This farmhouse in Hokkaido by Japanese studio Hiroshi Horio Architects has a pointed observation deck where residents dry herbs. In a rural location surrounded by arable fields, Tohma House has a large kitchen, living area and basement where various crops are prepared and stored during harvest seasons. Rooms are divided across split-levels, connected to one another by both
RAMMED EARTH - Pavillion Dalrymple (Westcliff, JHB)
Breathtaking Project..!! Architects Silvio Rech and Leslie Carstens designers of this outdoor entertainment building called "Pavillion Dalrymple" Two storeys of Rammed Earth wall... full of colour and natural beauty.... in a breathtaking setting in the wonderful upmarket suburb of Westcliff, Johannesburg. This is just the basement floor... that you see in the photo's. Wait till you see the Ground Floor wall.... 3 times the size!!! Note: All soils, soil colours and pigments are 100% natural…
Rammed earth,is a technique for building walls using the raw materials of earth, chalk, lime and gravel. It is an ancient building method that has seen a revival in recent years as people seek more sustainable building materials and natural building methods. Rammed-earth walls are simple to construct, noncombustible, thermally massive, strong, and durable.
Architect Provides Budget-Minded Family with Stunning Rammed Earth Ajijic House
Architect Tatiana Bilbao provides budget-minded family with stunning rammed earth Ajijic House.
Luigi Rosselli builds housing behind a long rammed-earth wall
Submerged below a sandy bank and enclosed by a rammed-earth wall, these subterranean rooms provide accommodation for cowboys on an Australian cattle station
Dayboro Rammed Earth & Strawbale home | Rammed Earth Constructions
This award winning home in Dayboro, SE Queensland achieved a 9.5 star energy rating, and was designed by WD Architects. As well as our rammed earth walls, it also incorporates straw bales. It was a finalist in the 2010 BPN Sustainability Awards, and features in Warm House, Cool House by Nick Hollo.
Samford Valley Residence, Queensland | Rammed Earth Constructions
From the architects, WD Architects: “This completely wheelchair-friendly home began as a concept designed by the owner who engaged WD Architects to assist in bringing it to fruition. We acted in an advisory and technical capacity and as a sounding-board for the owner to achieve his vision. With beautiful rammed earth work by Rammed Earth […]
Ribbonwood Ave, Maleny House | Rammed Earth Constructions
We designed and built this 3 bedroom, 1 studio/office, 3 bathroom home on a sloping block in central Maleny to be easy-care and passive solar. Built of rammed earth and colorbond, with a deck of modwood and a roof of insulated sandwich panels, there is little work to maintain this house.