In this unique and exquisite little book, Horning examines basic shelters from all around the world: mud-brick adobe structures, nomads' tents, travellers' quick fixes, timber frame buidlings, and more modern solutions, including strawbale designs and geodesic domes. Find out the difference between a yurt and a kathe. Discover where yarangas and hogans come from, and explore ways to stay warm in an igloo.
Paperback, 58 pp.
Measures 12.5 x 15cm.
100% recycled paper.
Featuring beautiful photography from all corners of the British Isles, this book details the story of the lighthouse, from the very earliest lights to modern feats of engineering. It includes statistical data, and a selection of 'Do You Know' facts. Hardback, 128 pages.Measures 18.5 x...
A traditional wooden carpenter's pencil with the addition of a handy inbuilt spirit level. Wooden pencil with built in spirit level.Measures 17.5 x 1.5 x 0.7cm.
This poster shows parts of all the world's capital cities, each with its own unique street pattern. Designed in Tallinn, Estonia. Poster size: 61 x 91.4 cm | 24” x 36” 196 sticker dots included to mark your travels Sustainably sourced high-quality paper Shipped in...
A condiment set made of rubberised soft touch plastic to give an urban edge to your dining. Salt and pepper shakers form the factory chimneys and the neighbouring buildings house a two-compartment tray perfect for spices or salt crystals. Dishwasher safe Measures 11cm x 8cm...