This stunningly beautiful tiny home with sculpted cob walls looks out over the banks of a small stream in Somerset, England.
The home is the work of Lisa and Rich who built their house with clay from the stream that runs nearby. They collected roundwood of Pine and Hawthorne thinned from the local woodlands to build the frame of the home. The roof of Lisa and Rich’s home is tiled with cedar shingles. A shingle roof can last between 50-80 years. The walls are straw bale on the north and east with sculpted swirls of cob on the south and west.