Rina Swentzell’s adobe house

Rina Swentzell’s adobe house


Yesterday’s blog post showed an adobe home photographed by Bill Steen, one of the prominent straw bale building pioneers (co-author of The Straw Bale House). I thought readers might enjoy learning more about this beautiful home in New Mexico. Kent Griswold’s Tiny House Blog does a good job of covering the story.

Another view of Rina Swentzell’s adobe home

Another view of Rina Swentzell’s adobe home


I see no reason why small homes like these couldn’t be built for a reasonable profit, even in code enforced areas. This house is small and simple, but well thought out with beautiful finishing details. What’s not to love? I think they’d sell like hotcakes.

Does anyone know where to find her floorplan?


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