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Even though I am busy building my own tiny house, I still find myself thinking about building a cob house… is that cheating on my tiny house?I have been coming back to cob houses again and again because I love the curves of cob walls, the organic feeling that the cob mix brings and the price is also very attractive. I have thought about building a cob house if in the future I decide I need more space if I get married or just want more space. #tinyhome #cobhouse #tinyliving
"Hot vent: On sunny, but cold days, the blinds are rolled up and sun light enters the space. Here it heats the air which begins to move upwards. Ducts that connect the inside of the building with the conservatory are opened by the BMS and the warm air travels through to the inner rooms, being moved by the convection motion. Cold air from inside the house is brought back to the sunspace at ground floor level, thus creating a circulation of ever warmer air." Courtesy: Viking House.