14 março 2022

Webinar_Natural Materials Masterclass: Building with Earth_ACAN

Webinar_Natural Materials Masterclass: Building with Earth
7th October 2021
This webinar talks about clay plasters, earth blocks, rammed earth and chalk, cob, and most importantly, how we can use these materials in our building projects. 
In the webinar, we hear from expert speakers: 
Rowland Keable - EBUKI & Rammed Earth Consulting 
A founding member of EBUKI, Rowland works towards earth in the mainstream of construction. This includes being an active member of a European skills group working on training standards for earth structures. He has worked with rammed earth technology since 1985 including Passivhaus local authority classrooms, and he has written earth construction codes and standards in the UK, Europe and Africa. 
Becky Little - EBUKI & Rebearth 
Becky is an earth builder and artist with 30 years experience in heritage and new build. Her company Rebearth specialises in education and research using earth and fibre and she is a project officer for EBUKI currently working on training for social impact. 
Tom Morton - Arc Architects 
Tom leads Arc Architects whose work on eco-building, heritage and research has a generative approach to the confluence of the built and natural environments. Tom also works with the charities Earth Building UK & Ireland and Cohousing Scotland. He is currently collaborating with Ghanaian-Filipino agro-waste designer Mae-ling Lokko and Glasgow School of Art on the Future by Design project for COP26 in Glasgow. 
Paul Mallion - Conker Conservation 
Paul is a chartered building surveyor and certified Passivhaus designer, director of Conker Conservation Ltd of Canterbury, set up in 1999 to focus on sustainable design in new build, retrofit and historic buildings. 
Clare Whitney - Clayworks 
Clayworks is the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of 100% natural clay plasters. Based in Cornwall, the company was originally a cob building company and has focused on researching and developing natural interior wall finishes that are highly contemporary, consistent in high quality and easily accessible to everybody, anywhere in the world. Clare Whitney has worked with the company for 15 years.
Organized by Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN). For more information about ACAN and to join their mailing list please visit: https://www.architectscan.org/home

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