VENUE: WILLIAM HARDIE DESIGN STUDIO (map)
13 – 21st September, 10.00am – 5.30pm
An exhibition showcasing examples of the emergent Bio-Based building materials revolution. The latest in renewable, natural building materials, including timber, reed thatch, chalk, flint and seaweed, with examples from the South East and further afield.
With a Seminar* on Sat 20th September, 1.30pm – 6.45pm
Jonathan Fovargue, Eurban, who have been at the forefront of Cross Laminated Timber use in Britain.
Ian MacKay of BBM Sustainable Design on how Lewes’s own sustainable architects have been pioneers in locally sourced, renewable materials.
Craig White, whose interdisciplinary practice White Design developed the straw based timber cassettes Modcell system.
Nozomi Nakabayashi who’s Big Shed project was the result of the Architectural Association first year Design and Build course at Dorset Woodland centre, Hooke Park, will talk about both Hooke’s past and present.
David Saunders and Steve Johnson will overview the pioneering work done at the Flimwell Woodland Enterprise Centre on creating locally sourced timbers for the regional building sector.
And from Denmark, Vand Kunsten’s Soren Nielsen will talk about the unique Laeso Island Seaweed House
*Suggested donation of £5
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