• Woombye House, Sunshine Coast Hinterland

    This home is built on a very steep north facing hinterland block in subtropical Queensland. The multi-coloured two storey rammed earth walls form the entrance and south walls of the home. The north face is of light weight construction, with a large deck and glass doors to maximise the indoor-outdoor living opportunities.  The deck has a vergola roof, which can be opened when the owners want sunshine to enter the house, and closed when the weather is too hot or too wet.

  • Rammed earth alcoves, garden wall. Sunshine coast, Queensland.

    Mooloolah House

    Rammed Earth Construction

  • Rammed earth family home, Samford valley, Queensland

    Samford Valley House, SE Queensland

    Family home in the Samford valley, west of Brisbane.  Built in the early 1990s.

  • Rammed earth home, Buderim, Sunshine Coast, Queensland

    Buderim House

    Rammed Earth Construction

  • rammed earth curved front home

    Eudlo House

    Rammed Earth Construction

  • Rammed earth cottage, Maleny

    Maleny Cottage, Sunshine Coast, Qld

    A two bedroom cottage built for a retired couple near Maleny. The owners wanted a solar passive design with strong ecological design criteria.  The building designer, Chris Rew, designed the building well, with the owners reporting that the house works extremely well all year round.

  • Rammed earth and timber eco cottage

    Crystal Waters House

    Rammed Earth Construction

  • Doorway detail, rammed earth home

    Curramore House

    Rammed Earth Construction

  • Buderim rammed earth

    Buderim Georgian/Colonial style home

    The owner of this colonial style home wanted a rammed earth home to suit her early colonial Australian furniture. She designed the home to fit it.  The wire-brush finish to the rammed earth obscured the formwork lines. Built in 1994, it continues to look good in 2017.