1,973 straw bale Home Design Photos

Arkin Tilt Architects
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Vine Hill Road Straw Bale Residence
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Vine Hill Road Straw Bale Residence
Rustic and elegant, the lime-plastered straw bale walls provide thermal mass and insulation. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
Straw bale house, timber frame interior
like the idea of straw house and the interesting roof line
After (a straw house)
Landscape Straw bale home
straw bale construction
Straw house: completed & looks
straw bale, shed roof, rustic
Straw bale...Straw house...Straw Bale House...like! straw home...straw bale...straw bale wall
“Windows! Fireplace! Shape.” — mizkarina
KuDa Photography
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Straw bale house
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Lime plaster straw bale construction. All structural and finish materials reclaimed. Designed by Jack Thomas Associates, PC - http://jtapc.com. Photo by KuDa Photography.
front porch, wood, stones, straw bale construction
Straw house exterior: love the materials, gives clean and rustic effect
utmost importance. Leaks in the building envelope can cause warm humid air to seep into the walls, causing the straw to eventually rot. But remember, this danger is not only with straw bale homes. It’s a common problem in many standard homes, as seen in mold and condensation.
utmost importance. Leaks in the building envelope can cause warm humid air to seep into the walls, causing the straw to eventually rot. But remember, this danger is not only with straw bale homes. It’s a common problem in many standard homes, as seen in mold and condensation. See more about indoor air
“Suportes do pérgolado” — santosemerson
Lynne Barton Bier - Home on the Range Interiors
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Lynne Barton Bier - Home on the Range Interiors
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This is what I would like my straw bale living room to look like.
Straw bale construction - soothing, sophisticated space
straw bale home full of light
house." The thermal mass of the straw bales helps to regulate the heating and cooling of the home, reducing the need for AC and maintaining comfortable temperatures year-round.
this is a hay bale home
LIKE THE FEEL OF THIS ROOM.........HARD TO BELIEVE THE WALLS ARE STRAW
“lo e beams and fireplace” — Meg Waters
Arkin Tilt Architects
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Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin
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supports the wider straw bales set above the hillside. Some of this framing was left exposed and doubles as a bookshelf.
earthen floor- beautiful- straw bale, earthen plaster. love
The lot slopes gently toward the south, so part of the living room wall retains about 4 feet of earth. An insulated framed wall inside the concrete retaining wall supports the wider straw bales set above the hillside. Some of this framing was
earth. An insulated framed wall inside the concrete retaining wall supports the wider straw bales set above the hillside. Some of this framing was left exposed and doubles as a bookshelf.
very nice neat straw bale home
south, so part of the living room wall retains about 4 feet of earth. An insulated framed wall inside the concrete retaining wall supports the wider straw bales set above the hillside. Some of this framing was left exposed and doubles as a bookshelf.
“Plancher” — leabourdages
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Humel Straw Bale Home with Clay Plaster
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Humel Straw Bale Home with Clay Plaster
This unique bedroom features curvaceous straw bale walls plastered in American Clay plaster Bluefield.
Straw Bale Construction with American Clay wall finish.
The thickness of your wall will be determined by the baler machine that the farmer uses to collect the straw. Usually, the rectangular bales (circular ones won’t work for standard construction purposes) are about 18 inches (45 centimeters) thick. This makes straw bale construction
centimeters) thick. This makes straw bale construction particularly suitable to high-efficiency homes, and is even applicable in homes pursuing the Passive House standard.
love the deep sills created by straw-bale homes
straw hs Simple Construct Save to Ideabook Email Photo The thickness
“curves abd rounded edges” — cmcglamery
Arkin Tilt Architects
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Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin
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This 872 s.f. off-grid straw-bale project is a getaway home for a San Francisco couple with two active young boys. © Eric Millette Photography
The plans are available at The StrawBale.com Store: http://strawbale.com/store/chalk-hill/
defensive zone around the house. What appears as wood siding is actually cement board, and along with the metal roof and 3" of PISE (soil-cement) on the straw-bale walls, the home is fire-resistant.
Cabin, straw bale construction; barn door
Exterior and kitchen design, not necessarily needing to do straw bale.
Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin This 872 s.f. off-grid straw-bale project is a getaway home for a San Francisco couple with two active young boys.
“altos d emaria” — Andrea lira
Arkin Tilt Architects
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Vine Hill Road Straw Bale Residence
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Vine Hill Road Straw Bale Residence
VINE HILL ROAD STRAW BALE RESIDENCE ARKIN TILT.
Here is a straw bale house on Vine Hill Road. Not that we necessarily would use that construction but the house is pretty and has some
fantastic straw bale, clerestory window, shed roof house
straw bale house ... colors and landscaping
“Terraces and pergolas” — jackchs
Simon Dale
Low Impact Woodland home
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minimize its visual impact. About 30 roughly cut trees form the roof. The walls are a mix of lime-plastered dry stone and straw bales, and the roof is insulated with straw bales, topped with earth and sown with wild grasses.
Straw bale house using branches totally cool
minimize its visual impact. About 30 roughly cut trees form the roof. The walls are a mix of lime-plastered dry stone and straw bales, and the roof is insulated with straw bales, topped with earth and sown with wild grasses.See more of this house
minimise its visual impact. About 30 roughly cut trees form the roof. The walls are a mix of lime-plastered dry stone and straw bales, and the roof is insulated with straw bales, topped with earth and sown with wild grasses.
“Honbithouse interior” — elharris
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