14,385 Rammed Earth Home Design Photos

Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
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is actually a hydronic heating radiator (you can see another one in the rear of the photo on the second wall). The yellowish walls are stabilised rammed earth: a bit like concrete but more rustic. They involve the compaction of successive layers of dirt into a formwork. It's a very beautiful material,
rammed earth - polished concrete, floor boards
Rammed earth and timber floor contrast
wall is made from stabilised rammed earth, basically
Use of rammed earth for internal walls
stabilised rammed earth, hydronic heating radiator
The architects treated the external portion of the rammed-earth wall with a clear sealant for waterproofing. Inside, the architects left it untreated to maintain texture and color.
“sl” — nathanr21
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Perch
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a refined palette of materials that live naturally in the surroundings of the Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness. A tall, 24-inch thick mass of rammed earth forms the south and west walls of The Perch, paying quiet reverence to the colorful strata of the sandstone cliffs beyond. Architect: Andy Byrnes
What material has been used to cap the rammed earth?
I love it. I need to organize this to be done to my house which has many uncapped rammed earth columns and walls now quickly eroding. Do you have know any contacts for Australia who could do this for me? I am on the gold coast.
context, but the rammed earth roots the house in its place, echoing the bluff beyond.
Materials. Rammed earth and steel. This steel has a great patina and striation running opposite to that of rammed earth
“block shapes blends into landscape minimal windows wood and concrete” — halloweeny
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
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Kelheg: When the house was built in 2006, the rammed earth cost around AU$300/sqm. I'm sure it's more now. It's a fair bit more expensive than brick, but it is 300mm thick, which is about the same as a triple brick wall. Now that I think about it, I imagine there's not much
floor and bench all in one with storage underneath http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/15761749/list/Houzz-Tour--Rammed-Earth-and-Vineyard-Views-Stun-Down-Under
“Weird counter top that is also a floor....” — jeremyrobertbrooks
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
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you avoid having to put a pool fence at the edge nearest the rammed earth wall. I want to do the same in a new build, and am coming across all sorts of constraints.
I have corrosion of my external rammed earth walls and some internal. Can u recommend a good sealer? How are
waterproof the top edges of walls - we use this a lot. The idea of tiles for the rammed earth was mostly about trying to match the colour. Good luck with your search!
Thanks Warwick. The house looks beautiful. My rammed earth walls were built three years ago now but the corrosion is quite bad as they
The wall extends to meet a swimming pool behind the home. The dirt was sourced mostly from a local quarry for its yellow-orange color. The rammed-earth wall was built in stages, about 1½ feet at a time. Formwork shutters
“Single Story with Pool Wall” — elizabethwall
Jennie Hunt
Central Living Room
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palette was chosen as Melinda and John are very much into nature and natural colours. “The colours were inspired by the surrounding stone, timber, earth and dark clouds on a stormy day.” says Melinda. Photo: Jennie Hunt © 2012 Houzz
It's called rammed earth. Rammed earth buildings are common in dry regions where wood is scarce. They're constructed from a mixture of earth, with proportions of sand, gravel and clay, often with a stabiliser (cement).
surrounding stone, timber, earth and dark clouds on a stormy day,” Woodyard says.
2. An eco-friendly retreat in the bushland. Traveling to the other side of the island, this lovely home is in the bushland, on the northern outskirts of Perth. The construction is rammed earth and was designed for maximum
“Rendering” — trumster
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
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Rammed earth nice texture. balance of glass and concrete.
Rammed earth? Nice concrete texture. Nice balance of glass and concrete.
Wooden soffits + rammed earth walls
rammed earth and roof lines
Earth wall xeriscaping
Rammed earth...Rammed Earth WALL
“VERY PRITTY!!” — horsegirl31
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Taos Residence
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of the room. Also like rammed earth, though probably not feasible in our area.
How beautiful these rammed earth walls are.
rammed earth walls bring ihe outside in, how warm and comforting!
rammed earth window seat
rammed earth and timber
rammed earth fireplace
That is rammed earth.
Rammed Earth...earth walls...rammed earth
“RE” — hideowalker
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
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Home is built of rammed earth and limestone. Veranda posts are
are untreated aluminum so there's no maintenance. The rammed earth walls are exposed but don't know if they are somehow sealed.
Materials: rammed earth, steel, stone, glass and acrylic panels
elz worked with David Roberts of Stabilised Earth. The house is built primarily out of limestone
Pelz worked with David Roberts of Stabilised Earth. The house is built primarily out of rammed earth and limestone. The earth came from the Rapid Bay quarry, about 20 kilometers away. "I chose to not use the earth from my own land, as it is quite dark reddish in color and would have been too visually
Pelz worked with David Roberts of Stabilised Earth. The house is built primarily out of rammed earth and limestone. The earth came from the Rapid Bay quarry, about 20 kilometres away. “I chose to not use the earth from my own land, as it is quite dark reddish in colour and would
“veranda roof” — stainle55
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