Alan Loy wrote:Looks to be a good alternative to bashing those tyres! Will you end up with similar mass and insulation to the tyres method?
John C Daley wrote:two things;
I see workshops as a sourse of slave labour to build ones own house, other see it differently.
How do you see it?
Christopher Steen wrote:
Did you find the blue pvc electrical boxes deformed after tamping out all the bag work?
Joy Oasis wrote:Looks very cozy and very good. I love so much light. Tile countertop is not my favorite though -it might be cheap, but it is very hard to clean and you will have to regrout it fairly often. I would choose something solid.
Xisca Nicolas wrote:That is enormous! For hwo many people is it made for?
Lurking and enjoying the look at it... BUT in a place like me where SOIL is precious, we can afford to build only with stones! And even limit wood use...
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