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Casita de Tierra
Casita de Tierra
Casa de TierraCasa de Tierra
Our pioneer project, Casita de Tierra in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, showcases the natural building techniques of a rubble trench foundation, earthbag construction, natural plasters, earthen floors, and a composting toilet. Our earthbag wall system consists of locally available, cost-efficient, polypropylene bags that are filled with a formula of clay and aggregate unearthed from our building site. The bags are stacked like bricks in running bonds, which are strengthened by courses of barbed wire laid between each row, and tamped into place. The walls are then plastered with a mix composed of clay, sand, soil and straw, and are followed by gypsum and lime renders to create attractive walls. The casita exhibits a load-bearing wall system demonstrating that thick earthen walls, with no rebar or cement, can support a roofing structure. We, also, installed earthen floors, created an indoor dry-composting toilet system, utilized local woods for the furniture, routed all grey water to the outdoor garden, and maximized air flow by including cross-ventilating screened windows below the natural palm frond and cane roof. Casita de Tierra exemplifies an economically efficient, structurally sound, aesthetically pleasing, environmentally kind, and socially responsible home.
Santa Clarita Yin Yang
Santa Clarita Yin Yang
JNR  Home ImprovementsJNR Home Improvements
This client had a specific vision in mind. We were able to bring that vision to life.
Harrison Street Timberframe
Harrison Street Timberframe
Roberts GroupRoberts Group
Best of HOUZZ 4X Winner, Seattle-Based, Design-Driven Custom Builders Location: 5914 Lake Washington Blvd NE Kirkland, WA 98033
Ascher Smith Landscape Designs
Ascher Smith Landscape Designs
Ascher SmithAscher Smith
How to achieve a tropical style, lowmaintenance, waterwise garden in only 35m2 of space
The Living Room
The Living Room
Amandara Bali Style Interior Design & ArchitectureAmandara Bali Style Interior Design & Architecture
The entrance walkway steps up slowly through the lotus ponds at the front and allows a framed view on approach, this is more in keeping with a traditional Balinese entrance as it is believed that evil spirits cannot turn corners. Only upon entering the living room, will then the view take away one's breath. The furniture will be amended and enlarged so you have a large modular system which can be arranged to suit any occasion. There continues to be a bar in the living space. Large stone designs have been amended within the walls to include a combination of carving and niches to house traditional antiquities. (Source: https://www.allvillasbali.com/bali-villas/37/the_istana_bali.html)

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