Natural Building Arts & Innovation Center

 

Pumice-crete slab developed and engineered by FRG partner Polecraft Solutions, seen here in their round pole timber frame workshop

 
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A centralized location where forest restoration byproducts can be delivered, processed and made available to the public, the NBAIC will be developed as a HUB for knowledge sharing and innovating round wood timber frame design and engineering, natural housing techniques, and biomass product development; serving general contractors, natural home builders, innovators, students & interns, wood workers and more.

 
 

More on the Natural Building Arts & Innovation Center coming soon!

 
 
Architectural CAD drawing of a round pole barn.  Image credit: Eric Lassotovitch

Architectural CAD drawing of a round pole barn. Image credit: Eric Lassotovitch

 
Saltbox small diameter pole timber frame design. The basic framing for completed home pictured below.  Image credit: Eric Lossotovitch.

Saltbox small diameter pole timber frame design. The basic framing for completed home pictured below. Image credit: Eric Lossotovitch.

 
Eric, of Polecraft Solutions at work on the Lucas mill.  Image credit: Colin Gillespie

Eric, of Polecraft Solutions at work on the Lucas mill. Image credit: Colin Gillespie

 
Small pole timber frame engineer stamped saltbox timber frame raising. Designed and developed by FRG members Eric Lassotovitch and Colin Gillespi.  Image credit: Kyra Rice

Small pole timber frame engineer stamped saltbox timber frame raising. Designed and developed by FRG members Eric Lassotovitch and Colin Gillespi. Image credit: Kyra Rice

Cob infill with natural fire resistant clay plaster glazing surround small diameter pole timber framing. Designed, engineered and built by FRG members Colin Gillespi and Eric Lassotovitch, and friends.  Image credit: Colin Gilespi

Cob infill with natural fire resistant clay plaster glazing surround small diameter pole timber framing. Designed, engineered and built by FRG members Colin Gillespi and Eric Lassotovitch, and friends. Image credit: Colin Gilespi

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Help FRG develop and build our Natural Building Arts and Innovation Center to educate a new generation of small diameter pole builders.