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Re: [naturalbuilding-4] Tadelakt for Mosnart (from Jonathan)

From: Martha
Sent on: Monday, January 28, 2013 10:04 PM
Great idea!! I would love to learn a little tadelakt that's for sure!

On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 8:57 AM, Jacqueline Cahill <[address removed]> wrote:
Wow! This sounds wonderful!!!!
Would love to be part of this project!!!Sign me up please;-)
Thanks again all for such a wonderful day yesterday;-)
Especially you Heather.....looking forward to many more adventures togaether;-)
J
 
 
 
From: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [naturalbuilding-4] Tadelakt for Mosnart (from Jonathan)
To: [address removed]
Date: Sun, 27 Jan[masked]:23:11 -0500



Bricks will work great, and I have a ton of them (haha). One less thing to worry about. Sorry for the typo - that's an important difference!

Another advantage to doing this with bricks is that it makes a great workshop project. This skill is not being taught in this country on a regular basis - I had to fly out to Colorado for a rare chance to learn from a guy who traveled to Morocco to learn it.
It is a really fascinating and useful craft, especially for a builder. Tadelakt plaster is durable, beautiful and waterproof. You can plaster a shower stall or a sink basin with it - or a floor, or exterior walls....

 
Heather

From: Heather <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Sunday, January 27,[masked]:58 PM
Subject: [naturalbuilding-4] Tadelakt for Mosnart (from Jonathan)

Great!
 
I still like the plastered brick idea, though, since there was a stack of brick-like objects in one exhibit.  Of course, I don't object to tiles, though.
 
I'll be sure to put some time in this week scouting for those materials like lime and whatnot, too.
 
By the way, the man's name (on his business card) appears to be JB, rather than JP.
 
Thanks a ton for the reply... I'm excited, now!
 
Ciao




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