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Mariana Pickering (Emu Building Science) added this to Cooling Ideas from Historical Homes Around the World5 July 2016

Modern application: Earthen construction, while an ancient technique, is a beautiful and timeless design method. From the adobe homes of the southwestern United States to the rammed-earth constructions of Australia, mud and dirt walls can easily take on a modern and contemporary aesthetic, while still offering the benefits they have offered for millennia.This house in Palo Alto, California, for example, has beautifully striated rammed-earth walls (seen at the back and left of this photo), complemented by horizontally paned wood (seen on the right wall). Why you might want to build a house of straw and mud

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