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Suscol Strawbale - Part 4 Finishing Touches

Interior finish plaster

skylights and niches

built-in hooks

sculpting the doorway

building a bamboo privacy fence
with locally grown bamboo

torching down the rockscape on the living roof

gravel drainage system

wow!

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  1. #107040 d_hornor Aug 05, 2009

    I love this, checking my rss feed in the morning and finding these great pics of projects you get to work on. A bit jelous though, wish i could be out there now doing this on our dream home, that will come though.

  2. #107041 evalarevolution Aug 09, 2009

    Erica! These are LOVELY! I have questions about the project, can't wait to see you so you can tell me all about it. :)

  3. #107056 Stuart Nov 19, 2009

    dear erica ann u are so beautiful there in your work style. cobb houses are the best.. much love...

  4. #107058 David Rivera Ospina Dec 15, 2009

    Congratulations, it is fantastic. Can I know how the yellow color made, is it vibrant and beautiful?, and how did the final finish of the wall make?.
    Thank you,
    David Riverao

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