Clay Plastering by Adam and Katy of Clayworks in England.

 
   
 
 

This is Adam and Katy's kitchen in their Cornish cob home. The house is a converted 17th century stone, cob, oak and thatch granary that they bought in 2008 and restored it to make it their home. They plastered the kitchen with their own clay plaster that they sell through their company Clayworks. Clay plasters absorb excess condensation, which is excellent in areas like kitchens and bathrooms.

   
       
   
 

The plaster is applied in two coats, the first 1mm thick and a second 2mm thick. The plaster then sets for an hour and is polished with a flexible rectangular Japanese trowel. Here's a presentation about how they apply their clay plasters.
 
  Clay plastering with ClayWorks  


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Far right you will find Adam and Katy's book Building with Cob