Straw bale houseRustic Patio, Salt Lake City

Lime plaster straw bale construction. All structural and finish materials reclaimed.
Designed by Jack Thomas Associates, PC - Photo by KuDa Photography.

Country patio in Salt Lake City with natural stone pavers and a roof extension. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 25 Eco Homes You'll Want to Emulate1 January 2019

11. Location: Park City, USAFeatures: A straw-bale home finished in lime plaster adds rustic charm and insulation in equal measures.

Joanna Tovia added this to Eco-Enhancing Additions for Every Budget5 May 2014

Rethink building materialsStraw bale and mud brick homes are smart choices if you want to reduce those escalating heating and cooling costs, and they look pretty spectacular, too.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Adam and Jess Kennedy added this to Initial ideas for Alvyn30 January 2021

Love a little spot to sit here and there

staceyellul added this to Straw Bale House9 May 2020

Note tile at base of house to protect straw bale from damage.

Tom McBride added this to Tom's ideas23 February 2019

Groutless look is not so good. It may suit a garden path but looks unfinished and provides gaps for weeds and tripping hazards.

Paul added this to Landscaping12 February 2019

Incorporate out back concrete with stone veneer and lighting/fan?