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Japan's Clay Walls: A Glimpse into Their Tradition of Plastering (Anglais) Broché – 22 avril 2009

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Japan's Clay Walls Earthen walls have always been a part of Japanese culture. Due to habits of aesthetic interpretation, few people realize that all of Japan's castles, temples and tea houses are maintained using their traditional methods. Clay, sand, straw and other natural fibers, seaweed, wood and bamboo. These natural materials are used to make the Japanese earthen wall. Along with a wide variety of makes and models of trowels, extensive time-tested techniques are used to create beautifully appealing atmospheres out of earth. These can be incorporated into todays world-wide green building movement to create a better balance between ourselves and our living environment.

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HASH(0x9deb01b0) étoiles sur 5 wonderful and immensely useful 27 février 2013
Par breadnmud - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Near me in Corvallis, Oregon, Jay Gray has built a beautiful, traditional Japanese garden (look up garden of gentlebreeze). Last year, he called me about mud plasters, and a few months later called me back and invited me to lunch with the person he'd hired to do the work. Her name is Emily Reynolds, and she gave me a gorgeous little book she's put together called Japan's Clay Walls. Emily grew up partly in Japan, speaks the language, and spent some time as an apprentice to a Japanese master plasterer.
The book, brief as it is, opens up a wonderful and immensely useful window into whole worlds of experience that I've been dying to learn more about. The techniques include ways to minimize separation cracks between wood and mud, building bamboo lattice on which to apply the mud (and to make very thin walls), rope reinforcement, mixes, layering, trowel & hawk technique, and decorative details. It's all fully illustrated (in color!). Emily illustrates it all clearly and briefly with useful explanatory diagrams. It seems to me she's achieved - and shared - something very important: a "beginner's mind" which is open, receptive, and humble. I'm past the point where I could go to Japan and apprentice myself to a master, but now I have this book, I can experiment and test my own understandings and adaptations with much greater confidence and tremendous inspiration. -- Kiko Denzer, author of Build Your Own Earth Oven, 3rd Edition: A Low-Cost Wood-Fired Mud Oven; Simple Sourdough Bread; Perfect Loaves
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HASH(0x9d447c84) étoiles sur 5 an enlarged pamphlet 20 décembre 2012
Par Lois Feron - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I don't know if there are any other books (in English) on this subject. This is a good handbook and I feel like I could use it as a guide to build a wall. My interest is in wall building rather than plaster artistry. On the nuts and bolts side it does a good job. On the arts side it offers a glimpse into an unsuspected world of skill and tradition.
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HASH(0x9d43de40) étoiles sur 5 A Brain surgeons approach to the art of plastering 14 septembre 2010
Par Randy two hawks - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is a must for anyone wanting to comb through the fine-in-betweens of the fine art of plastering. Emily shares a wonderful world that only the book a can reveal! A must for anyone interested in building with natural materials and adorning with earth herself!
HASH(0x9d43d6a8) étoiles sur 5 Detailed Guide to a vanishing craft 31 mai 2016
Par J. R. Takaki - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Emily's immersion in the world of the sakan is nothing short of amazing. Despite years in Japan I had no idea of the mastery that goes into the old earthen walls or of the distinct regional differences. I would love to have had more pictures but that would have made it a more expensive book.
HASH(0x9d453030) étoiles sur 5 Beautiful Book 30 juin 2015
Par Susan V. - Publié sur
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Given as a gift. Recipient loved it
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