Working with dry stone, only stone is used. It does not require the use of water or mortars, so the entire amount of money which is invested goes straight to the workforce which carries out the work. The tools that are used are few and very simple.
Dry stone, as a constructive technique, has – historically – enabled to build a great diversity of functional solutions within the rural environment.
Currently, even though it continues to fulfil this function, it is also starting to be used for urbanism and landscape projects as well as for gardening or private estates, introducing this technique progressively to the residential field.
The fact that she continues to use this constructive technique for works carried out today proves in itself that this technique can continue to be a problem-solver of today’s issues.
She has learnt from many masters of the areas of Vistabella and Benassal.
Courses in Vistabella and throughout the entire province of Castellón.
Course in Burgos.
Retaining wall for a street, Vistabella (Castellón).
Bearing walls for a social centre, Villavés (Burgos).