The Hankey House.
Project data
Authors Rob Hankey
Location Costa Rica
Status Deployed
Cost USD 15000
Instance of Alternative building
Bamboo construction
Cobb construction
Wattle and daub construction
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The Hankey House at Rancho Mastatal was designed by Rob Hankey and utilized various natural building techniques in its design including post and beam construction, cob, wattle and daub, and bamboo construction. It was built in 2005 by local and volunteer labor, and it took about one year to complete. The total cost was approximately USD $15,000.


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The gallery below shows various components of the Hankey House.

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Type Project
Keywords travel internships, earthen construction, cobb, natural paint, earthen plaster, bamboo construction, alternative building, green living, wattle and daub, wattle, daub, bamboo
SDG Sustainable Development Goal SDG11 Sustainable cities and communities
Published 2014
License CC-BY-SA-4.0
Affiliations Rancho Mastatal
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