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Wikihouse 4.0: open source design for housing
WikiHouse 4.0 is a not-for-profit prototype project bringing open-source design to the built environment. The Building Centre, along with our partners Architecture Zero Zero and ARUP engineers, are constructing the world’s first low-energy, two storey house that anyone can download, adapt, ‘print’ and assemble for themselves in a few days, with no construction skills and for under £50k.
30 September, 6.00pm
"Energy Conversations" is a series of informative and thought-provoking discussions around the supply and use of energy.
6 October, 6.00pm - 9.00pm
This course is devised to improve the visual tools architects and designers use in the creative process.
30 September, 2.30pm - 6.00pm
This course covers the key requirements during the design stage of visual concrete for framed buildings. It will cover.
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