Hudson Architects are working with the CobBauge team to develop an optimised cob solution
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CobBauge build in progress. Photography Joakim Borén Photography
Anthony Hudson explores the rich history of earth and cob construction and argues that now’s the time to champion the potential of CobBauge as a low carbon construction material, in this article published in BD Online.
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