“These are pictures from the June ’05 Cob Together comprehensive workshop given by Jim Haim in partnership with Becky Bee / Groundworks. Jim and his partner Katie are both professional educators, and it really showed in the fine planning and dense schedule geared not toward production but toward giving participants a true immersion course in cob building.” (source)
Learn more about what it takes to build a cob cottage here.
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This is part of a homestead of tiny houses. There’s a treehouse, 3 cobs and a recycled small house made out of streetcars on the property. Learn more at this post.
More photos and a video tour are available here. Read the original story here. This homestead is available for sale right now if you want more info on that get it here.
Have you ever considered a tiny cob home? I think they are so awesome because they’re usually made of 100% local materials. And they just sound like a lot of fun to build as long as you have a fun group to do it with (like your family). Learn more about cob homes here and here.
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