Monday, April 08, 2024

Garden studio built with biowaste

An interesting case study in the Guardian featuring plant stylist Emma Sadie Thomson who built her home studio in Melbourne, Australia, out of recycled materials and biowaste. Here's a snippet:

Inside, Thomson’s main concern was how to insulate. From a friend who was working for Joost Bakker’s Future Food System project in Melbourne, Thomson learned about Durra Panel, a wheat straw insulation, originally designed in Sweden and made in Bendigo, and decided to use it for the inside walls and ceiling.

Well worth a read.


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