A Sustainable Rammed Earth Home in New Mexico | Dwell

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Marrying the interior with the outdoors informed the design, as did the concept of subtraction: “If you do it with two, then you can do it with one,” Maniatis says, articulating Roger’s algebra of minimalism. Photo by: Kirk Gittings

Rammed Earth Home: Building With Compressed Dirt | greenUPGRADER

There is something about rammed earth walls that really appeals to me. The rich colour and texture of the compacted earth links the building so well with the natural surrounds – from which th…

The Über Shed | Australian Design Review

The front section has a full-length glazed face for bush contemplation.

How to choose an architect: questions you need to ask

How to choose an architect: questions you need to ask

Malcolm& Property Developments Pty Ltd trading as Design Studio 22 Qld Galleries. Browse photos from Malcolm& Property Developments Pty Ltd trading as Design Studio 22 Qld

Studio eM Design’s rammed-earth home in Corrales, New Mexico, updates the regional adobe archetype into a hallmark of sustainable design.

Because the night air cools the walls in summer, the home has no air-conditioning—though daily highs often rise into the and above. Photo by: Kirk Gittings Photo 4 of 5 in A Sustainable Rammed Earth Home in New Mexico.

Rammed Earth Home by David Oliver, the most renowned rammed earth archtect and builder. david oliver Greenway Architects, Mooloolaba, Australia. arquitecturasdeterra.blogspot.com

Rammed earth buildings—rammed earth has low environmental impact, is fireproof, costs less than traditional frame houses, and has high thermal mass, reducing the need for air conditioning and heating.

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