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[Cob] Small housesShannon C. Dealy dealy at deatech.com
Mon Mar 1 20:35:35 PST 2004
On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Mary Hooper wrote: [snip] > While a cob house requires "downsizing," I still think it should be a home > and not a magazine picture. If anyone has ideas to share on the subject of > what is enough simplicity and how real people should fit into their > handbuilt homes, I'd like to hear from you off line if you/shannon thinks > this is not on topic. mjhooperNOSPAM at trccomputing.com (take out the nospam) [snip] I don't have a problem with some discussion of small houses (particularly if they are Cob), so long as we don't go overboard and turn the list into the "small house" list. This is particularly relevant for Cob, since it is alot of work to build, so it makes sense to start small when building with it. If you like small, my cob house has 70 square feet plus a loft, squeezing it into the 120 sq. ft. exterior footprint and 10 feet above grade maximum height didn't leave alot of options :-) Shannon C. Dealy | DeaTech Research Inc. dealy at deatech.com | - Custom Software Development - | Embedded Systems, Real-time, Device Drivers Phone: (800) 467-5820 | Networking, Scientific & Engineering Applications or: (541) 929-4089 | www.deatech.com
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