This is one of the largest ovens we have done, using firebricks for the dome, instead of adobe. It is being used to cook pizzas for their restaurant, and other foods.
This "Palletable Cobin" is made from shipping pallets, filled with straw, covered in cob. Very well insulated, and beautiful. Probably the best solution for low income housing.
This Hobbit Cobin was built in West Side Petaluma and is a lovely relaxing "Children's play structure"
This Cob Library was built during the Village Building Convergence. It is intended for neighbors to come take/leave a book
This Oven was built during the Permaculture Convergence, and fork-lifted to this new location near the children's area.
This Cob Love Dove Peace Bench was built during two different festivals at Jackson Wellsprings. 250 adobe bricks were made during one festival and then set into place and sculpted during the next festival.
The Cob oven, bench built during the village building convergence was recently replastered and stones were set on the base.
This Cobzebo was built on a farm in Cotati. It has two ovens, one for gluten free, vegan pizzas and the other for whatever you want to cook. The benches can seat 20 people
This mobile cob hut, Coboose was made out of pallets, filled with straw covered in cob. A great solution for super low income housing. This could serve as a children's play hut, sauna, deluxe dog house, meditation hut, or a sleeping chamber.
This oven was built behind the California Hotel in Oakland to provide pizzas for its 250 residents there. It was made with a chamber below to make a fire, which can provide additional heat for the primary cooking chamber, and keep the fire brick floor hot. It works great!
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