wattle and daub

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building material consisting of interwoven rods and twigs covered with clay

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replaces and an original range as well as the exposed wattle and daub in the reception hall means it still retains a strong sense of character.
Moel y Gaer is a one-room wattle and daub, thatched, conical house with a fireplace in the middle, a bed and a weaving loom.
However, the mission, farm, and ranch buildings were generally built of wattle and daub or wooden planks, and have not survived.
Too bad they didn't know about wattle and daub or cobbing.
Beneath the plowed soil of Slack Farm in rural Union County, Kentucky, rested an important Native American village, a community of wattle and daub houses where acres of maize, beans, and squash grew at the confluence of the Wabash and Ohio Rivers between 500 and 1,300 years ago.
Remaining walls are composed of timber frame covered with mud render, or wattle and daub, and elaborately detailed windows.
It covers the main most commonly used materials and conservation techniques including stone, brickwork, lime products, concrete, iron and steel, timber, wattle and daub, and glass,
Visitors could also check out a Second World War air raid shelter, see how wattle and daub walls were made and see The Specials' former rehearsal rooms in Lower Holyhead Road.
Here, a clear glass ceiling panel gives a glimpse of the original wattle and daub plasterwork and the underside of the roof thatch.
A scheme partner is the Caer Alyn Archaeological & Heritage Project (CAAHP) which is recreating an iron Age settlement - complete with wattle and daub roundhouse - at Llay, Wrexham.
If it wasn't, we'd all still be living in wattle and daub long-huts.
It has a farmhouse breakfast kitchen, dining room with exposed beams and feature wattle and daub wall, sitting room with inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove, four bedrooms (one ensuite), and bathroom.
The settlement was large enough to contain several round houses that would have been built of wattle and daub and thatched with reeds.