[GSBN] Strawbale houses can fly!
markj at redfeather.org
Tue Mar 24 17:27:05 CDT 2009
Is this a load bearing or post and beam? I too look forward to hearing the results.
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From: GSBN-bounces at greenbuilder.com [mailto:GSBN-bounces at greenbuilder.com] On Behalf Of Derek Roff
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2009 3:10 PM
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Subject: Re: [GSBN] Strawbale houses can fly!
Very exciting, Martin. Please keep us posted.
--On Tuesday, March 24, 2009 11:51 AM -0700 martin hammer
<mfhammer at pacbell.net> wrote:
> Thanks Catherine. It's amazing to watch the beautiful straw bale
> Ecohouse "fly" from its birthplace in the National Mall to its
> permanent home in Maryland.
> Very recently another SB house took to the air. At last weekend's
> CASBA conference Darcey Donovan showed a slide of the full scale
> Pakistan house specimen built at the University of Nevada, being
> lifted by crane and "flying" over to the indoor shake table for
> The shake table test will occur this Friday. We're looking forward
> to what this important test will reveal about the system being used
> in Pakistan, and SB in general. To my knowledge it will be the first
> full scale SB building to be tested on a shake table.
> Martin Hammer
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