Rammed Earth

Rammed Earth Architecture is a type of sustainable architecture that involves using natural materials, such as soil, gravel, and sand, to create sturdy and long-lasting structures. The process involves mixing these materials with water to create a damp mixture that is then compressed into molds or forms using hand tools or machinery. As the mixture dries and hardens, it becomes a solid wall or structure that provides excellent thermal mass, insulation, and soundproofing. Rammed earth architecture has been used for thousands of years and is experiencing a resurgence due to its eco-friendliness, durability, and aesthetic appeal.