A glimpse of lifestyle that existed before centuries in the southern part of India where a 300 year old wattle and cob house in Ganjam village narrates the truth about buildings, economy and the way of living.
They spend their entire life to grow food without chemicals and here they learn to build own homes without cement and artificial materials. While learning, they teach our local farmers about Natural Farming, a first step towards village regeneration, back to their own roots.
Annual News letter of Thannal Mud Homes Trust, all the activities – research & documentation, experiments, courses in the year April 2018-April 2019
The ranges of different natural building techniques out there are many and all of them are appealing. These wall systems use locally available renewable materials and focus on minimizing the negative ecological impact.
This is a directory of Natural building books on wall systems like Cob, wattle and Daub and rammed earth by proficient Natural builders from around the globe based on their practical understandings. These books are substantial guide ………