Added by on 2020-03-22

For more details, join our ‘cob building’ group on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1536366159917167/ If you would like us to build you one .direct message us and we can either guide or build for you a forever home using your design/location to be as natural with the land as possible . This video shows our cob-house build from foundations up to the living roof (the interior isn’t done yet). We’ve used stone that was already on the site (from a past ruined shed – that you see us dismantle at the start of the video). Reclaimed windows were found in skips and wood is from an old barn. The clay and earth we used had been the original mortar for the old stone shed – so that’s recycled too. For th living roof we used cardboard and old carpet from skips. We did have to buy lime mortar, plywood boards, sand, pondliner and screws/nails,, which came to approx 700 euros. It took us about 4 months (with just 2 of us working on it) to get this far. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsShipping container house – Green roof430 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage With Living Roof And Floor To Ceiling Windows. Amazing Small House DesignEco Yurt Round House Tiny Home with Living Roof – Construction: Start to FinishBuilding A LIVING ROOF On Our Pump House!Eastern Brown Snake living inside a house roofLiving roof concrete sheets November cob house update

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12 Comments

  • Mirna Ukraincik 2 months ago

    You guys are awesome!!! This is my dream and I hope some day I can do the same 🙂

  • Sasha Nealand 2 months ago

    the best one I've seen!

  • Jack Nimrod 2 months ago

    Fair play to you both. Lovely little house you have created. You must be exhausted!!

  • Александр Перчов 2 months ago

    How is this cob, when they are using rock/ flagstone mostly for the structural integrity of the wall's, with cob serving more or less as mortar between the flagstones and as a surface finish product?

  • Brian Doyle 2 months ago

    You never showed how the cob is mixed and maybe show what kind of straw is best…..maybe in the montage footage inform people like myself the what,why and when…watched another video which was in Ireland and I presume it was yourselfs who were critical of the technique the other blokes were using….(constructively that is)….there's a video I watched just before that one called … Leslie cornell building restoration….looked good??? Different technique from the Irish bloke….

  • juice mac 2 months ago

    What type of mortar was used on the stem wall and all of the rock work?

  • Lovin Truckin 2 months ago

    Do you have any other video or images of this building? Is it finished??

  • Patrick Coghlan 2 months ago

    great design and building!!!! you make it seen so easy.. Thks. Please tell me, was it only both of you working,..and how long did it take??

  • MsButter Cup 2 months ago

    Amazing I really want to build one.

  • Jane the Vegan 2 months ago

    Beautiful building!

  • Huyen Nguyen 2 months ago

    This is the most amazing cob design for me so far!! Thank you!

  • louie woods 2 months ago

    Wicked build Martin, where abouts is it in the world?