Kirsten Klibo

Kirsten Klibo

Denmark / Cobbuilder
Kirsten Klibo
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A house of clay, gravel and straw - Kirsten Maria Klibo and her then boyfriend René Hansen has spent approx. 5 years in building their organic house in Torup. Clay walls are insulated with straw, and there are seashells under the house.

A house of clay, gravel and straw in is no ordinary house, Kirsten Maria and her boyfriend Rene Hansen has built. The house with the beautiful organic form located in the ecological village Torup in North Zealand Denmark. Appears to be written in Danish

garden course, with Camilla Plumherbs and edible flowers Fuglebjerggaard

garden course, with Camilla Plumherbs and edible flowers Fuglebjerggaard

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. Find out how to build one on www.naturalhomes.org

This is one of the many roundhouses at Felin Uchaf in Wales where there are the remains of over Iron Age hillforts, each with many similar roundhouses.I totally would I bet it has some amazing history!

This is some of the beautiful decorative plaster work by Bill and Athena Steen of the Canelo Project. This design is made by plastering the wall in several layers of different clays or with different pigments. The design is then made by cutting and removing the various layers to reveal their contrasting colours. See more natural building work at www.naturalhomes.org

Decorative clay plasters with Bill and Athena Steen -- Plaster the wall in several layers of different clays or clay with different pigments. Cut and remove the various layers to reveal their contrasting colours.

This is Gold Hill in Shaftesbury, England one of the beautiful ancient stone villages of Britain, some of them still loved and lived in since the mid-14th century. See more of them at www.naturalhomes.org/stonevillages.htm

This is a place full of history and ancient natural homes. This little row of homes are in a market town founded by King Alfred the Great in The homes on Gold Hill in Shaftesbury, England date from the Century.

This is some of the beautiful decorative plaster work by Bill and Athena Steen of the Canelo Project. This design is made by plastering the wall in several layers of different clays or with different pigments. The design is then made by cutting and removing the various layers to reveal their contrasting colours. See more natural building work at www.naturalhomes.org

Decorative clay plasters with Bill and Athena Steen -- Plaster the wall in several layers of different clays or clay with different pigments. Cut and remove the various layers to reveal their contrasting colours.

This cob home is from the Natural Homes Collection. It's just one of the many beautiful homes you can find on www.naturalhomes.org with video, books and links to the natural builder's websites.

This is one of the loveliest natural homes on the planet. It's Ianto and Linda's cob home in Coquille, OR, USA at Cob Cottage Company. There are often opportunities to join Ianto and Linda at one of their many Cob Cottage workshops.