Mimetic House
Dominic Stevens knows where every inch of his latest, almost-finished house has come from. “That’s just chipboard,” he says, pointing to the floorboards, “and the façade is plant fibres in bitumen. It’s the cheapest, most efficient way of keeping out the wet, and in Ireland the wet is the biggest enemy. All that wood,” he continues, waving to the beams in the ceiling and walls, “came from the local timber yard, from a local forest. They cut it precisely, so there wasn’t any waste. Look,” he points down to a small pile of planks. “That’s all the left...

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Building Activity

  • Ontotext
    Ontotext updated
    about 5 years ago via Annotator
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    about 5 years ago via Annotator