Mickey Muennig‘s architecture is a common sight throughout the unforgettable Big Sur landscape. He designed many of the most striking residences along this coastline including the Esalen Baths and the Post Ranch Inn. This 16 sq foot glass teepee is where he lived for about 18 years as he worked on his larger home as well as his multitude of client projects.
3000 sq ft cob home in California. The foundation started out 22-26″ thick at bottom and tapers to 19″ at the top of the wall. Tractors were used to mix the cob and distribute it around the building site. By Rob Pollacek, californiacob.com