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First some info. Then a question.
Something quite interesting happened in November, when I gave a lecture and a building workshop on the Danish island Bornholm. It was the NC-meeting (National Contact) for the upcoming EASA003 (the European Architecture Student Assembly 2003). EASA is... (well, better read about it, since you wont believe me !!!).
Well, the short and the long of it is, that this summer - July 27th to August 10th - approximately 400 architecture students from all over Europe are gonna come to Friland, where they are going to look into this year's theme:
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sustainable Living !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
400 architecture students (covering countries from Portugal to Finland, Iceland to Turkey).
The theme is Sustainable Living
25 different workshops are going to take place throughout (The sky is the limit...)
The Danish Contingent's contribution is going to be the construction of a 100m2 exhibition pavilion. Sustainable materials. An open competition. To be build in 10 days !
And this is the question:
I am at the moment working on the info about the building materials.
I would appreciate constructive comments about
- my choice of materials (Chapter 06.01 Materials)
- suggestions to eg. pictures, links or text that I ought to add to the description of the materials, (which I'm working on at the moment).
- the Competition Brief in general
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