Passion, innovation and sharing are the ingredients for a year 2021 placed under excellence.
The whole team thanks you for your confidence.
Passion, innovation and sharing are the ingredients for a year 2021 placed under excellence.The whole team thanks you for your confidence.
The virtual Clayfest 2020 was a complete success, with Tom Morton from EBUKI giving a presentation and the University of Plymouth providing a live workshop to the viewers.”
The idea is to create a render that will bond to the light earth element of Cobbauge while also being durable and flexible over time and workable on a large commercial scale. Good job we like a challenge!
En[quête] d’Architecture continues to promote the CobBauge project with the second part of last month’s podcast
From October 14, 2020 to January 17, 2021, the CAUE du Calvados and Le Pavillon in Caen are questioning the potential of fast-growing plants.
A great couple of days were spent in the civil engineering labs starting our large scale wall build here at the University of Plymouth at the end of August.
[En]quête d’architecture gives you an appointment on September 9th for a new architectural nugget: we decipher the project #CobBauge !!!!
Because you were impatiently waiting for it, here is the video made by ESITC Caen during the CobBauge press visit on July 7th on the PnrMCB website.
The 07.07.20 was the opportunity to make a press visit to the French construction site of the pilot building.
After the closure of the site for the winter and a resumption of the site postponed due to the pandemic, layer 2 is now in progress.
CobBauge presented in EarthUSA Newsletter 4, following the presentation in Santa Fe in October 2019.