[GSBN] R value export straw blocks?
noe at anarchitecture.org
Tue Jan 27 01:49:02 CST 2015
Thank you Martin for this really tiny tiny house !
Yes I meant houses build with star blocs, why hasn’t it been build more with with this technic ?
Is it an insurance made ? or certification ?
Thanks in advance for more info about the practical aspect of this technic, because I can imagine it could interest many company who like to produce blocks !…
All the best
> Le 27 janv. 2015 à 00:35, martin hammer <mfhammer at pacbell.net> a écrit :
> Hi Noé,
> Do you mean a building built with Stak Blocks? I don't believe a building has been constructed with them (Bruce might know differently). On the other hand you mention "even a little tiny house". So I included the attached photo of a teeny-tiny little tiny house using Stak Blocks. Tiny enough to sit on a table at a trade show (!).
> PS – Bruce, I agree that the straw bale subject that needs further research most is the optimal density for maximum thermal resistance. Of course there is also lots o’ structural testing still necessary. I think structural straw bale walls (especially shear walls) have yet to be fully understood and optimized. Plus there are so many assembly variations.
> On 1/25/15 11:24 PM, "Noé Solsona" <noe at anarchitecture.org <x-msg://email@example.com>> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Do you know if some buildings have been build with this technic ?
> > Because I looked 2 years ago at there web site and it was the same and today,
> > still no pictures of any even little tiny house.
> > I trust it’s a very interesting system, mainly for all masons who like to pile
> > up blocks and who will never go to straw balles.
> > If some of you know more on the development of this technic, I will be happy
> > to learn more from it.
> > Thanks in advance and all the best
> > Noé...
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