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100 stick house

The beginnings of an idea for a structure built within the rules of UK domestic permitted development, consisting of exactly the same size timber section/length throughout and well suited to standard timber sheet sizes for cladding. Shown here in 3 repeating bays and resulting in 100 x 4.2m long sticks. Well, 99 in fact but it’s not a bad idea to have a spare is it?

Perhaps worth developing and offering details under a Creative Commons license…

home4self - 100 stick house

Posted by on January 22, 2013.

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Categories: architecture, design, drawing, ideas

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