09 Jun '14, 7pm

A Pattern Language in Cob

A Pattern Language in Cob

This is the welcome Charles André's home would give if you were to visit him in his Canadian cob house. From the doorstep, just to your left you would see the kitchenette with the dinning area to your right. Light from the living room, which opens up to the eave of the roof, fills the space with indoor sunlight [128] that draws you forward through a tapestry of dark and light [135]. As you walk forward to the living room, you'll pass the cob fireplace on your right and the half wall [193] of the kitchenette on the left with the open stairs just beyond it leading to the half-landing bedroom.

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