Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Clay, an eco-friendly building material that has been in common use for thousands of years is enjoying a resurgence in popularity even in industrialized nations. Clay offers numerous advantages over other materials, especially in hot and dry climate zones. Its particular texture and composition also holds great aesthetic appeal. Building with Earth offers a comprehensive overview of the many uses of and techniques for processing clay. Drawings and photographs of twenty structures offer specific and inspiring examples of clay architecture from around the world.