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Hi Today's picture was taken just next to Hay Braid Walls (fav.me/daxzdzc). It was always interesting to me, how old can interact with new. Here over 70 year old, abandoned falling apart house, finds new use as shelter for small animals and drunkards, graffiti painters and occasionally lost photographer.
Hi Today small description for my picture. What you see here is a piece of hay wall, construction technique used in Poland I believe in early XX century. It was used to build small houses the size of modern "tiny houses" and even smaller. Walls made like that weren't well insulated but small buildings like that were very easy to heat. It was easy and fast to build from widely available materials. First they put 1/2 inch thick sticks in the ground there wall was supposed to be built then they wove braids of hay between the sticks and covered it with plaster (usually clay). Most of houses built with this technique are still standing specially if they are taken care of.