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- From: J¿rgen Munch-Andersen jma@...
- Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2007 13:47:29 +0100
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In principle it would be possible with a ventilated cavity between the venere wall and the SB wall, plastered on the outside with earth or lime and something less permeable on the inside. But I agree that it seems like a risky construction. The cavity should be at least 50 mm.
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> Sendt: 19. marts 2007 02:32
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> We are in the process of designing several "Up-Scale and
> Environmentally Friendly", 2-story Straw Bale homes in
> Southern California - Unfortunately, they will be rather
> large; 5,000 Sf (465 Sq Meters).
> The clients, architect and contractor have agreed on a
> Tuscany style which will include a (concrete-based) "stone"
> veneer on the tower. I have already vetoed the stone over the
> Bales, but I felt that it would be best to run it past all of
> you just in the unlikely event that someone had figured out a
> way to make stone cladding vapor permeable (Yes, I know
> that's an oxymoron).
> Many thanks to all for the ongoing invaluable information~
> Bob Bolles
> Sustainable Building Systems
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