This is one of the cob homes build by architect and natural builder Ileana Mavrodin of Casa Verde in Banat, Romania. She, with a few others, are using natural materials in Romania to help people rediscover their local skills and community spirit. (house history: http://www.casa-verde.ro/istoria-casutei/)
This home was the first fully permitted cob house in Canada.
This beautiful cob home sits on the banks of a small stream in Somerset, England.
These are some of the beautiful cob homes in Coquille, OR, USA.
This is a cob roundhouse called ‘Back from the Brink’ in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire, England.
This hotel is set in woodlands near Dnipropetrovs’k, Ukraine. The dome rooms were built using traditional Ukrainian building methods where a wooden framework is coated first with a mixture of clay and straw and then with clay mixed with sawdust. The roof is mainly 40cm of reed thatch.
This is one of the loveliest natural homes on the planet. It’s Ianto and Linda’s cob home in Coquille, OR, USA.
This is ‘Little Cottage’ sitting in the optimistic shade of a small wild apricot. It’s one of the natural homes at Jill Hogan’s Alternative Technology Centre – McGregor, South Africa.
Cob cottage in Deddington, England.
Cob meditation sanctuary – Cortes Island, Canada.