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Whether you're building new or remodeling, use these alternative framing and insulating techniques to make your home more comfortable, energy efficient, and durable than a code-built house.
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LEGO SNOT Basics: Geometry, Techniques and Pitfalls - BrickNerd - All things LEGO and the LEGO fan community
Take a deep dive into SNOT as we analyze the geometry, look at some basic building techniques and expose some hidden pitfalls of LEGO SNOT.
The gabion has been used for centuries and now some major architecture firms such as Herzog & De Meuron and Lake|Flato are bringing it back in vogue
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Somewhere between the green movement and the push to save greenbacks, homes constructed with alternative home-building techniques are becoming increasingly popular.
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Ultimate Roof & Rafter Guide It's one of the key visual and functional external finishes that can either make or break your cabin’s success. Having a roof over your head is one of the most important elements of your home, and you need to make sure it's well designed, properly constructed and maintained annually.
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Adult fans of lego or AFOL, are people who haven't let their enthusiasm for the building game die. While these enthusiasts respect the activity, some have gone off-map to create - illegal lego building techniques, and they are awesome.
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As a kind of newest building technology, habiterra interlocking blocks has great advantage in saving construct cost and building efficiency.This video shows ...
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Playing around with 2x2-jumpers. These two technqiues are very simple, but quite handy. They look the same from both sides which is good for 360 degree creations. The left one is also possible using 1x2 plates and the newer type of 1x2 jumpers (with groove). Snotted 1x2 tiles look similar. The second one uses 2x2 tiles as well as 1x2s with grooves. I am a little bit unsure if I'm the first one who came up with these, but I actually can't remember seeing these before, so I have good chances…
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