[Strawbale] Ventilated Rainscreen Assemblies on SB Buildings
ArchiLogic at yahoo...
Fri Feb 20 19:54:53 CET 2009
On Fri, 20 Feb 2009 a certain scallywag wrote:
> I've been thinking that it would be a really good idea to work upa rough
> starting point for straw bale wall rainscreen assemblies.
> I've been watching people throw that term around for some time butI
> don't think anyone has a clue about "how."
Is the above true ?
I was under the impression that rainscreen-type claddings on SB buildings
were in wide-spread use throughout most of the world in locales where
plentiful and/or driving rains are common, based upon some of the comments
I'd seen on the various SB Lists, where people have mentioned the use of
timber claddings which I just ass-u-me-d would be configured as ventilated
So, if you have used ventilated rainscreen cladding assemblies on SB
walls, whether those claddings be timber, metal, glass, masonry or
pre-cast/tilt-up, please speak up so that we can prove this scallywag
And if perchance the scallywag is right, I agree that the SB community
should be talking about the "how" and not only just talking about it but
making the process readily accessible to the general SB-building
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