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This is an updated version of the reference to sustainable construction. It reveals how to create a country cottage using four methods: straw bale, cob, cordwood and modified stick-frame. It features more than 1,200 step-by-step photographs. It is printed on recycled paper with agri-based inks. It’s refreshed with a completely revised introduction and extensive online resource tie-ins. Plus, it’s now printed on recycled paper with agri-based inks, so it’s greener than ever! With more than 1,200 step-by-step photographs that follow the actual erection of an alternative building, from site selection to final-touch interior details. Snell and Callahan create a lovely country cottage using four methods: straw bale, cob, cordwood and modified stick-frame. Along with sidebars throughout, there’s a thorough discussion of the fundamentals of building construction, alternative approaches and designing a beautiful yet environmentally responsible home. “Building Green” was the first book of its kind and it remains head and shoulder above other titles in this field.
Author: Snell, Clarke & Tim Callahan Year: 2009 ISBN: 9781600595349 Pages: 616 Language: English Publisher: Orca book services (via Marston) Publisher's city: Publication date: