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DATABASE OF BUILDINGS IN THE U.K.
IMPORTANT you must always contact owners before attempting to visit!!!

  • STRAWHOUSE B+B

    Putley, Herefordshire. HR8 2RL
    Tel--01531 670934

    2 Storey hybrid loadbearing/nonloadbearing house
    2500sq ft 4 bedrooms 3 baths
    lime plastered ext

    info@thestrawhouse.co.uk

    www.thestrawhouse.co.uk


  • STRAWBALE buildings

    Centre for Alternative Technology(CAT)
    Machynlleth, Powys, Wales. SY20 9AZ
    Tel--01654 705989

    strawbale theatre and other buildings to visit also run courses/workshops

    info@cat.org.uk

    www.cat.org.uk


  • STRAWBALE Classroom

    Carymoor Environmental Centre
    Dimmer Lane
    Castle Cary
    Somerset. BA7 7NR
    Tel--01963 350143

    Strawbale Classroom, 30sq.m, Load bearing
    also run courses/workshops

    Jill Gilbert@carymoor.org.uk

    www.carymoor.org.uk


  • STRAWBALE/Cordwood house and
    Permaculture holding.

    Caroline Barry
    Brook Farm, Barton Road, BUTLEIGH,
    Glastonbury, Somerset BA6 8TL
    Tel--01458 850243

    Timber frame, 2 strawbale walls, 2 cordwood walls. Limeplastered exterior.
    Hessian/Limewashed interior.
    Owner designed.

    carostraw@ntlworld.com


  • STRAWDANCE Studio

    Hertfordshire

    6M Diameter cylindrical dance studio. Clear roof. Outside unrendered. Set in woodland

    ysharrif@btopenworld.com

    www.sharparchitects.co.uk


  • STRAWBALE residential complex

    Powys, Wales

    All enquires to:Peter Hendry
    Sychpwll
    Llandrinio
    Llanymynech
    Powys
    Wales
    SY22 6SH
    Tel--01691 831240--01691 831024

    1. Strawbale Multi Purpose Conference/Workshop/Rehearsal Space approx 60x22foot
    2. Strawbale fully equipped communal
    kitchen/meeting place

    The Keyhole Trust situated by the River Vyrnwy is an arts and environmental centre. The Greenwood Craft Initiative(Yurt Building, Willow Weaving, Living Sculptures etc) and Theatre of Concern operate from here. Community + Specialist organisations can hire these, and other facilities


  • STRAWBALE barn

    Deanburn Cottage
    Hayford
    Buckfastleigh
    Devon TQ11 0JQ
    Tel--01364 643267

    Post and beam/strawbale infill on limestone block foundation, approx 30sq.m. Built 1999 by Kevin and Helen Ireland. No cement or concrete used in building. Built with permission of Dartmoor National Park Authority.
    Location for strawbale building seminars

    hk@ireland.plus.com


  • STRAWBALE building

    Monkton Wyld Court
    Charmouth, Bridport
    Dorset DT6 6DQ
    Tel--01297 560342

    Load bearing on a raised wooden deck on telegraph pole "stilts", approx 4m x 10m lime plastered ext, mud plastered int, tin roof, underfloor straw insulation, Stained glass window, built in 1999 during a workshop

    info@monktonwyldcourt.org

    www.monktonwyldcourt.org/


  • STRAWBALE house

    Cork Racecourse, Mallow
    Co. Cork
    Ireland
    Tel--00 353 23 47001

    Load bearing, lime plastered exterior, thatched roof, built during a workshop as part of the Mallow Homes and Gardens Festival where it was the star of the show! and was admired by thousands

    thehollies@eircom.net

    The Hollies strawbale building


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