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rammed earth wall section detail. there's something about rammed earth that I love as a building material.

rammed earth wall section detail. there's something about rammed earth that I love as a building material.

A Sustainable Rammed Earth Home in New Mexico | Dwell

A Sustainable Rammed Earth Home in New Mexico

A Sustainable Rammed Earth Home in New Mexico | Dwell

The bathroom has walls made from rammed earth in a charcoal color., and a large skylight makes it appear as though you are showering outdoors.

This small building next to a pond was designed to be used as a yoga studio and home office

The bathroom has walls made from rammed earth in a charcoal color., and a large skylight makes it appear as though you are showering outdoors.

Local materials and techniques were used when building this modern house, with the sand component of the rammed earth walls being locally sourced and built by local artisans.

Rammed Earth And Timber Feature Throughout This Australian House

Local materials and techniques were used when building this modern house, with the sand component of the rammed earth walls being locally sourced and built by local artisans.

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Luigi Rosselli Designs 12 Homes Behind A Large Rammed Earth Wall

Luigi Rosselli Designs 12 Homes Behind A Large Rammed Earth Wall

Via CG Architecture: “Feature Wall NK’Mip Desert Heritage Centre in Osoyoos, Canadá / DIALOG © Nic Lehoux.”

Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre / DIALOG

Via CG Architecture: “Feature Wall NK’Mip Desert Heritage Centre in Osoyoos, Canadá / DIALOG © Nic Lehoux.”

Mona Heavy Metal Retaining Wall and Oyster Mausoleum. Project led by Ross Brewin and Kit Wise from MADA (Monash) and created by students.   A rammed earth wall to represent the indigenous soils of Tasmania topped with crushed dolerite. Striations formed by recycled concrete, crushed oyster shells and black oxide. When the oysters used to filter the toxins from the Derwent River die they are encased in concrete or resin and inserted into the mausoleum wall. Photo Bo Wong // Design Satellite

Mona Heavy Metal Retaining Wall and Oyster Mausoleum. Project led by Ross Brewin and Kit Wise from MADA (Monash) and created by students. A rammed earth wall to represent the indigenous soils of Tasmania topped with crushed dolerite. Striations formed by recycled concrete, crushed oyster shells and black oxide. When the oysters used to filter the toxins from the Derwent River die they are encased in concrete or resin and inserted into the mausoleum wall. Photo Bo Wong // Design Satellite

So beautiful! Rammed earth which is an ancient building technique is making a resurgence. This is a mini-city in Luanda, Angola, Africa.

So beautiful! Rammed earth which is an ancient building technique is making a resurgence. This is a mini-city in Luanda, Angola, Africa.

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