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https://flic.kr/p/ayXGxW | Avance de Obra Casa MILA / Tapia en proceso | Vista desde la reserva natural de la quebrada  Tapia en tierra pisada  Casa MILA La Estrella, Antioquia  Diseño y Construcción Escala Urbana Arquitectura Medellín, Colombia 2011

https://flic.kr/p/ayXGxW | Avance de Obra Casa MILA / Tapia en proceso | Vista desde la reserva natural de la quebrada Tapia en tierra pisada Casa MILA La Estrella, Antioquia Diseño y Construcción Escala Urbana Arquitectura Medellín, Colombia 2011

A Sustainable Rammed Earth Home in New Mexico | Dwell

A Sustainable Rammed Earth Home in New Mexico

StabilEarth Constructions Sandy Point,  South Gippsland, Vic m: 0429 841 057 e: owen@stabilearth.com.au

StabilEarth Constructions Sandy Point, South Gippsland, Vic m: 0429 841 057 e: owen@stabilearth.com.au

Wapiti Valley Residence designed by STUDIO.BNA Architects

Wapiti Valley Residence with breathtaking views

Beautiful example of rammed earth.  Also see banded plaster rammed earth veneers  pigment color these stripes before plastering in bold earth tones colors

Beautiful example of rammed earth. Also see banded plaster rammed earth veneers pigment color these stripes before plastering in bold earth tones colors

Rammed earth is an ancient method of construction that utilizes compressed layers of damp earth mixed with a stabilizing agent to form walls, floors and more. These structures are impervious to rain and fire, allow for air exchange, keep interiors warm in the winter, cool in the summer,and can achieve a lifespan of well over 250 years. Learn more about rammed earth and its benefits...

Rammed earth is an ancient method of construction that utilizes compressed layers of damp earth mixed with a stabilizing agent to form walls, floors and more. These structures are impervious to rain and fire, allow for air exchange, keep interiors warm in the winter, cool in the summer,and can achieve a lifespan of well over 250 years. Learn more about rammed earth and its benefits...

The School of Visual Arts of Oaxaca / Taller de Arquitectura-Mauricio Rocha

The School of Visual Arts of Oaxaca / Taller de Arquitectura-Mauricio Rocha

Construido en 2008 en Oaxaca, México. Imagenes por Luis Gordoa, Sandra Pereznieto, Rafael Carrillo. La escuela tiene dos tipos de edificios. Los construidos en piedra para conservar los bancos de tierra y proporcionar terrazas utilizables, que...

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