Wattle and Daub

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Wattle and daub is one of the oldest building techniques dating back to the Bronze Age and beyond. Wattling is a way to build walls by weaving long flexible sticks in and out of upright posts. Hazel, which is pliable and grows naturally long, is a good sp Natural Building, Old Building, Green Building, Building A House, Off The Grid, Wattle And Daub, Earth Bag, Eco Buildings, Tadelakt

Building a Celtic Roundhouse

The Celts built their roundhouses from the natural materials available on the land. This is a roundhouses at Felin Uchaf.

St Bartholomew's gatehouse leading to the oldest parish church in London; century St Bartholomew-the-Great. In 1916 a German Zeppelin bomb fell nearby causing tiles to fall off, revealing this Elizabethan half timber fronted house built in Old London, Beautiful Buildings, British Isles, London England, England Uk, Great Britain, Medieval, Places To See, Countryside

London Curiosities

the curiousities of london with the hidden history of quaint london things,

A Tudor House in Exeter, England . my favorite style of architecture! Tudor Era, Tudor Style, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Homes, Beautiful Places, Tudor House, Die Tudors, Medieval Houses, Tudor History

Photographs of Exeter

UK Photos: A collection of photographs from the United Kingdom - Exeter, Devon

This is an example of what "wattle and daub" walls look like. Wattle and daub… Cob Building, Building Systems, Green Building, Building Materials, Building A House, Wattle And Daub, Adobe Haus, Eco Construction, Mud House

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This is an example of what "wattle and daub" walls look like. Wattle and Daub is a way of forming a structure that serves the same purpose as walls today. Wattle was made by weaving reeds together like a basket between two supports (what we would know as studs). Daub created the semi-smooth finish as seen, daub was essentially mud. The Daub would act somewhat like sheetrock or plaster. (my words)

Building a Celtic Roundhouse-The Celts built their roundhouses from the natural materials available on the land. The roundhouses at Felin Uchaf are built in the same way using only the natural materials available on or near the land. Wattle And Daub, Natural Building, Old Building, Dry Stone, Natural Homes, Earth Homes, Survival Shelter, Round House, Cabana

Building a Celtic Roundhouse

The Celts built their roundhouses from the natural materials available on the land. This is a roundhouses at Felin Uchaf.

Tudor Style Homes Interior, Tudor House Interior, Country House, House… Tudor House, Cottage Tudor, Ivy House, Rustic Cottage, Cottage Style, English Cottage Interiors, English Interior, Antique Interior, House Interiors

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The House That Moved. A century half timber house, located in a part of Exeter’s old town became a worldwide news story when it was moved, literally, to make room for a new by-pass in The house was uprooted from its foundations, encased in a w Medieval Houses, Medieval Town, Tudor House, Spite House, Houses In America, Chateau Medieval, Old Town Alexandria, Timber House, Historical Architecture

The House That Moved. A 15th century half timber house, located in a part of Exeter's old town became a worldwide news story when it was moved, literally, to make room for a new by-pass in 1961. The house was uprooted from its foundations, encased in a wooden structure and moved 70 meters further down the road on castors to where it now stands, no worse for the wear. Now a bridal boutique.

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Monday, March 7 - Sofia, Bulgaria I woke up feeling rather worn but packed up my things and headed downstairs. Not knowing the town around and leaving too early to partake in the complimentary...

Can't beat a nice bit of tudor beaming! Little Moreton Hall is a moated and half-timbered manor house 4 miles southwest of Congleton, Cheshire. It is one of the finest examples of timber-framed domestic architecture in England Tudor Era, Tudor Style, Tudor House, Maison Tudor, Palaces, Die Tudors, Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire England, Beautiful Buildings

Little Moreton Hall - Wikipedia

Little Moreton Hall is a moated 15th-century half-timbered manor house 4 miles southwest of Congleton, Cheshire. It is one of the finest examples of timber-framed domestic architecture in England. The earliest parts of the house were built around 1450; the remainder was constructed in various campaigns by three successive generations of the family until around 1580.

Making History - Shelter (wattle & daub) This guys are actually kind of unskilled in thier mixing. A good cob worker would add more sand and make it set like concrete. Medieval Houses, Medieval Life, Survival Prepping, Survival Skills, Wattle And Daub, Cob Building, Watch Engraving, Garden Design Plans, Natural Homes

Making History - Shelter (wattle & daub)

Medieval houses were built using an intricate method of covering woven branches with a mixture of mud, hay and manure.