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Fantastic Ferrocement: For Practical, permanent Elven Architecture, Follies, Fairy Gardens and Other Virtuous Ventures

Fantastic Ferrocement: For Practical, permanent Elven Architecture, Follies, Fairy Gardens and Other Virtuous Ventures

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Longueur: 192 pages1 heure

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If you have ever wanted to sculpt or build in a permanent material that is extremely strong and can be moulded to any shape, ferrocement is the medium for you - and this concise book shows you how.

Tools, techniques and sample projects - a garden pot, angel, dome, and more - are all logically described and illustrated. The many photos showing the building of Cafe Eutopia by the author and his family will inspire and inform, while the introduction and 'Origins' story and updates on the progress of a ferrocement cafe and 'temple' to Love, Beauty, Truth, and Freedom add a deeper dimension to this book which shows the struggle to marry an abstract ideal with a(literally) concrete realisation.

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Fantastic Ferrocement: For Practical, permanent Elven Architecture, Follies, Fairy Gardens and Other Virtuous Ventures

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Fantastic Ferrocement: For Practical, permanent Elven Architecture, Follies, Fairy Gardens and Other Virtuous Ventures

Notes:
Note : 3 sur 5 étoiles3/5 (1 évaluation)
Longueur: 192 pages1 heure

Description

If you have ever wanted to sculpt or build in a permanent material that is extremely strong and can be moulded to any shape, ferrocement is the medium for you - and this concise book shows you how.

Tools, techniques and sample projects - a garden pot, angel, dome, and more - are all logically described and illustrated. The many photos showing the building of Cafe Eutopia by the author and his family will inspire and inform, while the introduction and 'Origins' story and updates on the progress of a ferrocement cafe and 'temple' to Love, Beauty, Truth, and Freedom add a deeper dimension to this book which shows the struggle to marry an abstract ideal with a(literally) concrete realisation.

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