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Best Cabin/Summerhouse in Shed Of The Year: This quirky and industrial style cabin owned by Abigail Walker of Pangbourne in Berkshire has drawn influence from a Nissen hut. Combined with her love of vintage style and all things mid-century, this corrugated steel den is fully insulated and lined with an airy feel.

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Best Cabin/Summerhouse in Shed Of The Year: This quirky and industrial style cabin owned by Abigail Walker of Pangbourne in Berkshire has drawn influence from a Nissen hut. Combined with her love of vintage style and all things mid-century, this corrugated steel den is fully insulated and lined with an airy feel.

The rubble trench is a cheap and effective foundation that combines drainage with load distribution. The basic principle of it has been around for thousands of years but American architect Frank Lloyd Wright brought it into the 20th century.  More at www.naturalhomes.org/permahome/rubble-trench-foundation.htm

The rubble trench is a cheap and effective foundation that combines drainage with load distribution. The basic principle of it has been around for thousands of years but American architect Frank Lloyd Wright brought it into the 20th century. More at www.naturalhomes.org/permahome/rubble-trench-foundation.htm

Sasha Rabin is an amazing educator in natural building.  She has been doing it, and teaching the craft for a long time.  You can find her workshops in California at Quailsprings.org or at Earthenshelter.com.  Her cob workshops typically teach you to build with several methods to include earth bag, earth tube, strawbale, and just plain cob.  She does specific workshops on rocket mass heaters as well, and teaches some of them at the Cal Earth Institute.  She recently returned from Africa…

Sasha Rabin is an amazing educator in natural building. She has been doing it, and teaching the craft for a long time. You can find her workshops in California at Quailsprings.org or at Earthenshelter.com. Her cob workshops typically teach you to build with several methods to include earth bag, earth tube, strawbale, and just plain cob. She does specific workshops on rocket mass heaters as well, and teaches some of them at the Cal Earth Institute. She recently returned from Africa…

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