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8 thoughts on “500 Square Foot Strawbale Studio by Down to Earth Design”
I really like the look of this tiny house and would love to see how the inside looks.
click the link at the end of the quote that says, see more of this “500 square foot strawbale studio”
I don’t know if I could deal with the walls. Something about dirt walls that just does not appeal to me. However, I love the design and idea of the house. Def. something to keep in mind for future construction. Congratulations to the designer and builder.
how safe is this? we all know that straw and hay bales can build up heat and catch on fire.
They build up heat when “green” and I assume one would wait until the bales have dried, just like lumber.
I like this house. Can u send me info on it
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