A Child-Built Cordwood Masonry Clubhouse

Who didn't have a clubhouse when they were a tyke, or wished they did? Here's a cordwood masonry variation on the concept that you and a child can build together.



cordwood masonry clubhouse - clubhouse under construction
The Termite Construction Company, made up of seven-year-olds, was able to finish the clubhouse to window height before winter nipped the children's noses and Mom and Dad took over.
ROB ROY
cordwood masonry clubhouse - Littlewood in foreground, Earthwood in background
The playhouse provides shelter for Rohan and his friend as they wait for the school bus.
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cordwood masonry clubhouse - Rohan looking out window
Every child needs his or her own private place.
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cordwood masonry clubhouse - finished clubhouse w/ Rohan in door.
The finished cordwood masonry clubhouse and its Grand Poobah. An east-facing door and thick cordwood walls offer protection from the prevailing winds.
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