Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Follow the contruction of a West Texas papercrete castle
A papercrete building doesn't just just spring to life. It takes plenty of work. The blog Puerto Viejo to Big Bend by Noble Baker and Alaine Berg documents the work being done to build their "joint" in Marathon, Texas with a papercrete arched shower, more papercrete domes, walls and arches.
They are making regular entries so you will be able to follow their progress. Even more important they are logging their hours so you can see just long it takes for a hand built house.