PIONEERING THE POTENTIAL 2022 – THE XYLO SESSIONS

We are pleased to be supporting Pioneering the Potential 2022 – The Xylo Sessions. 

The Xylo Sessions Wood+ evenings cast a spotlight on timber and post carbon natural building culture, highlighting projects, materials, research, and related initiatives, and building on previous Pioneering the Potential events in 2021 and 2019.

Cover image: Ferme du Rail, Paris – Grand Huit Architectes – Photo by Myr Murate

XYLO SESSION 0I – 19.30 – 21.15  APRIL 8TH 2022

Timber frame & carpentry renaissance @StudioHardie (details below)

Charley Brentnall – Founder of the original oak framersCarpenter Oak & Woodland,instrumental in the British timber frame renaissance. And more recently co-founder of Xylotek.

Sally Daniels– from tangentfieldexperimental community architects and live workshop specialist with the University of the West of England s Hands on BristolMakingLewes and Fourth Door’s Roots Architecture at WOMAD for the last ten years.

Dylan Walker and Paddy Cox, Built By Artizans   traditional carpenters and timber framers from West Sussex, Walker and Cox will be talking about their latest project, Watersmeet Barn, Emsworth.

Cost: Donations – pay what you feel you can. Booking through Eventbrite

XYLO SESSION 02 – 19.30 – 21.15 MAY 13TH 2022

Hi tech & hand-made @ Human Nature (details below)

Peter Scully – from the Bartlett Architecture school’s B-made workshop and the Design for Manufacture course currently using Flimwell Park.)

Tom Bennett from Studio Bark and the U-Build modular open-source and prefabricated housing project

Karn Sandilands – from Brighton based Millimetre design engineers and makers

Cost: Donations – pay what you feel you can. Booking through Eventbrite

XYLO SESSION 03 – 19.30 – 21.15 JUNE 10TH 2022 

Post carbon cities and countryside – straw & timber @StudioHardie (details below)

Marine Kerbouaka – Grand Huit Architects, Paris, timber and strawbuild urban farm, Ferme du Rail

Steve Wallis from dRMM, the pioneering industrial timber and CLT studio, on their new Workstack makers and manufacturers building.

Cost: Donations – pay what you feel you can. Booking through Eventbrite

BOOKING, TIMES AND VENUE INFORMATION

April and June evenings at Studio Hardie workshop, Unit 4, Phoenix Works, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2PE map here (If inclement weather there is a back-up venue in hand.)

May evening at HumanNature – Phoenix House 32/33 North Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2QJ, map here

All evenings run from 19.30 to around 21.15

Cost: Donations – pay what you feel you can.

Booking through Eventbrite.

*Pioneering the Potential is hosted by Fourth Door in association with Making Lewes

For further information please contact Fourth Door:

Sam Jenner: 07884 006413

editorial@fourthdoor.org

www.fourthdoor.org

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