Monday, December 10, 2012

Reclaimed chapel doors used in cob garden studio

Built by Kate Edwards of Edwards and Eve Cob Building who design and build lovely cob garden offices (and other buildings). Here's what they say about it:
"Cob-bale roundhouse we built for a client in Norfolk - the stem wall uses reclaimed pavement sets from Norwich, the bales are from the field next door and the cob walls are made entirely of earth from the foundation trench. The doors are reclaimed from a local chapel."
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  1. These are beautiful doors, the building looks like a mushroom, however you can see at once the render and the stone foundation its a quality build.
    If any of you know about Cob Buildings they are truly a passion of build, quirky, but very hobbit style. sand is an amazing building material with aggregate and clay, and if I am not mistake Cob designs last almost forever!
    I have seen a cob cottage, and it is very wind in the willows style! Nice one Alex for showing this!

  2. I love this door, amazing...

  3. I like Beautiful Doors for my home because it is to cool