Kirsten Klibo

Kirsten Klibo

Denmark / Cobbuilder
Kirsten Klibo
Flere idéer fra Kirsten
A house of clay, gravel and straw - Kirsten Maria Klibo and her then boyfriend René Hansen has spent approx. 5 years in building their organic house in Torup. Clay walls are insulated with straw, and there are seashells under the house.

A house of clay, gravel and straw - Kirsten Maria Klibo and her then boyfriend René Hansen has spent approx. 5 years in building their organic house in Torup. Clay walls are insulated with straw, and there are seashells under the house.

garden course, with Camilla Plumherbs and edible flowers Fuglebjerggaard

garden course, with Camilla Plumherbs and edible flowers Fuglebjerggaard

rolling door hardware in the master bathroom

rolling door hardware in the master bathroom

The Celts built their roundhouses from the natural materials available on the land. The roundhouses at Felin Uchaf are built in the same way using only the natural materials available on or near the land. Find out how to build one on www.naturalhomes.org

The Celts built their roundhouses from the natural materials available on the land. The roundhouses at Felin Uchaf are built in the same way using only the natural materials available on or near the land. Find out how to build one on www.naturalhomes.org

This design in clay is in a refuge near Digne-les-Bains in the South of France. It’s such a special piece of work that to see it you need to reserve and collect the key to the refuge from the Gassendi Museum. It's by Andy Goldsworthy, a landscape artist that only uses natural materials. Click the picture for more including video or find other work with natural materials at www.naturalhomes.org/timeline.htm

This design in clay is in a refuge near Digne-les-Bains in the South of France. It’s such a special piece of work that to see it you need to reserve and collect the key to the refuge from the Gassendi Museum. It's by Andy Goldsworthy, a landscape artist that only uses natural materials. Click the picture for more including video or find other work with natural materials at www.naturalhomes.org/timeline.htm

Ovn og kunst af Athena og Bill Steen

Ovn og kunst af Athena og Bill Steen

These are the earthen homes of the Gurunsi  in Burkina Faso. The men build the house and the women decorate the facades. All figures have a symbolic meaning. Round small houses 'dra' belong to young singles. The rectangular 'mangolo' with terrace belonging to young couples. The 'bilobées'  belonging to the older women and young children. Click on the picture to see a video on www.naturalhomes.org

These are the earthen homes of the Gurunsi in Burkina Faso. The men build the house and the women decorate the facades. All figures have a symbolic meaning. Round small houses 'dra' belong to young singles. The rectangular 'mangolo' with terrace belonging to young couples. The 'bilobées' belonging to the older women and young children. Click on the picture to see a video on www.naturalhomes.org

This is some of the beautiful decorative plaster work by Bill and Athena Steen of the Canelo Project. This design is made by plastering the wall in several layers of different clays or with different pigments. The design is then made by cutting and removing the various layers to reveal their contrasting colours. See more natural building work at www.naturalhomes.org

This is some of the beautiful decorative plaster work by Bill and Athena Steen of the Canelo Project. This design is made by plastering the wall in several layers of different clays or with different pigments. The design is then made by cutting and removing the various layers to reveal their contrasting colours. See more natural building work at www.naturalhomes.org

This is Gold Hill in Shaftesbury, England one of the beautiful ancient stone villages of Britain, some of them still loved and lived in since the mid-14th century. See more of them at www.naturalhomes.org/stonevillages.htm

This is Gold Hill in Shaftesbury, England one of the beautiful ancient stone villages of Britain, some of them still loved and lived in since the mid-14th century. See more of them at www.naturalhomes.org/stonevillages.htm

This is some of the beautiful decorative plaster work by Bill and Athena Steen of the Canelo Project. This design is made by plastering the wall in several layers of different clays or with different pigments. The design is then made by cutting and removing the various layers to reveal their contrasting colours. See more natural building work at www.naturalhomes.org

This is some of the beautiful decorative plaster work by Bill and Athena Steen of the Canelo Project. This design is made by plastering the wall in several layers of different clays or with different pigments. The design is then made by cutting and removing the various layers to reveal their contrasting colours. See more natural building work at www.naturalhomes.org