Natural Building Materials across the Weald & Downland
We are pleased to be supporting this years Pioneering the Potential, an evening micro-symposium hosted by Fourth Door Research.
Talks, presentations and an exhibition focused on timber, demonstrating Sussex’s pioneering natural building materials role and potential.
Friday September 10th 2021, 18.00 – 21.00 at Studio Hardie Workshop* Studio Hardie, Unit 4, Phoenix Works, North St, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2PE
*Seating will be appropriately spaced. The studio workshop is large and well ventilated. We would prefer face coverings to be worn inside.
Booking through Eventbrite. Free/Donations – pay what you can.
Steve Johnson (the Architecture Ensemble) and Chris O’Callaghan – Flimwell Park a new all-wood development showcasing local timber in Flimwell village.
George Fereday and Nick Meech – Home Grown House + the Home Grown House demonstration projects exhibition.
John Russell (to be confirmed) – Foxwood Cruck Frame built from local thinnings.
Amy Hammond/Lantern – Re-using urban and roadside wastewood, ash dieback and other wood destined for burning.
Lukas Imhof live on Zoom from Switzerland – on his engineered ash Ekkharthof Community Centre building.
Fourth Door’s Annular wood and timber culture website relaunch will be part of the evening. Revisiting The Bio Base – Another opportunity to view Making Lewes’s 2014 the Bio Base exhibition.
More detailed information available via Fourth Door.
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Sam Jenner (07884 006413)
Pioneering the Potential is hosted by Fourth Door Research in association with Making Lewes http://www.fourthdoor.org.
Photo credit: Flimwell Park Roland De Villiers/ShootLab