PUBLIC BUILDINGS

Slate stone taken from the site with a lime stabilized earthen mortar and earth lime plaster were used to create the Mud Gallery in Barrydale. 3 brickwork domes supported on arches create the entrance space while supporting a viewing deck above, which is accessed from the internal courtyard.

Main entrance as seen from road
Main entrance as seen from road
The completed building seen from above the road
The completed building seen from above the road
Dome construction
Dome construction
View of interior dome construction
View of interior dome construction
Main entrance of gallery
Main entrance of gallery
Exterior detail
Exterior detail
Main exhibition space
Main exhibition space
View of courtyard
View of courtyard
Inside the courtyard
Inside the courtyard
Front view from road
Front view from road
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We offer a number of construction & info manuals on our website on natural building technologies which specifically refer to the South African context. The info manual "A LIME DUNG PLASTER RECIPE" has recently been added to the collection.   Click here for more information.

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