Charles’ home was built by Cobworks. Charles wanted to use only natural materials of sand, clay, stone, logs and lumber all from his own land. The home is 500 sq.ft (46.5 m2) including the sleeping loft. It took 4 month to build and cost about $18,000 (£10,600).” – naturalhomes.org
Learn more about A Pattern Language tour of Charles André’s cob home in Canada.
Aside from the compact bathroom, the 320 ft2 (29.7 m2) cabin essentially consists of one open room with only a short partition setting off the sleeping area. The three-piece bathroom, a closet and the kitchen are lined up along the back wall.” – Small House Bliss
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Pictured here is a small 10′x10′ cabin by Thunder Beach Wood Works – located in Lindsay, Ontario. They build sheds & bunkies and are available for custom work.
“We are also interested in the Small House Movement or Tiny Homes. This would be a home between 65 and 887 square feet and could act nicely as a small Summer Home or as an alternative to a home addition.” - Thunder Beach Wood Works
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