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Building a strawbale roundhouse in the Uk

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We are building a large (12 metres diameter) load bearing strawbale house with a reciprocal roof on a permaculture centre in Shropshire;
It is in its main and most crucial stages right now. At the moment there is only the first coat of lime render on the outside walls

To find out more about the karuna permaculture project and The straw bale building at this site, use the links below to see some of the plans

And to watch the video of the house building stages click the link below

Our Facebook page has many pictures and info too https://www.facebook.com/karunainsightdesign?ref=bookmarks

Any advise, thoughts, comments and help is tremendously welcome
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Thanks for sharing that. I've embedded the video below.

Willie Smits increased rainfall 25% in three years by planting trees. Tiny ad:
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