Building with straw bales: a practical manual for self-builders and architects

Author: Jones, Barbara

Date published

1 April 2015

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Free to members

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Building with straw bales: a practical manual for self-builders and architects

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Jones, Barbara
Date published
1 April 2015
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Free to members

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Author

Jones, Barbara

Date published

1 April 2015

Author

Jones, Barbara

Price

Free to members

Barbara Jones has been designing and building with natural materials for 20 years and is well known internationally as a pioneer of straw bale building and designer of innovative foundations (including using recycled car tires).

She was given a Lifetime Achievement Award by Women in Construction in 2011, and a Woman of Outstanding Achievement Award in 2009. She runs her own company, Straw Works, designing natural buildings of all shapes and sizes, and supporting self-builders.

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Format:
eBook
ISBN:
9780857842305
Pages:
241
Publisher:
UIT Cambridge Ltd.

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Education Sustainability & Environment E-book Library

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