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Awesome straw bale house designs. Although, if these are all depicting the same house from the second to the third photos, the front and rear of the structure doesn't appear to be completely unified. Also, very large for a straw bale house from the scale of the person. That seems a bit odd.
The bottom two pictures are Ronchamp--a church in France designed by Architect Le Corbusier.
Oh, I'm shocked to see this picture of this church on a US blog!!! My parents live near this church and i visited it when i was small. Incredible!!!
As an architecture student I went there--and loved the scenery and Corbusier!
So interesting...I came across something similar yesterday while searching and it was earthbag homes that were very cool
Does anyone have any experience with straw bale houses in a humid subtropical climate? Are there problems with mold? are there special challenges in terms of sealing the walls? Has anyone done it? - Mark in Belo Horizonte
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