Want to know more about the Cobbauge project? An information meeting is proposed in Caen on Tuesday February 13th at 5 pm at ESITC-Caen. All project partners will present the context and objectives of this project. Thank you to register on the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/TYIjtQQyOy69tGE03
26th January 2018 Returning to one of the modern cob buildings we visited during the project launch, the Dartington Cob House, we are now monitoring in-situ U-values at three different ‘lift’ levels. Monitoring will take place for three weeks before U-value analysis.
From the 9th to 13th of april, 2018, amàco organizes a professional training dedicated to the discovery of the technical and aesthetic qualities of cob. The training is intended for all construction professionals: architects, builders, companies, artists, researchers, teachers and material producers. Pre-registrations are open until December 22, 2017. http://www.amaco.org/webapp/website/website.html?id=101&read=true&pageId=1893
The CobBauge project was publicly presented on November 27, 28 and 29 at Plymouth University
Invitation to the launch of an exciting new research project the 28th November 2017 in Plymouth
Clayfest 2018 will take place on September 2018 at the Irish National Heritage Park in Ireland