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Partner Exhibition: WikiHouse – Skylark

10 Feb–24 Feb 2022
Platform Gallery

WikiHouse – Skylark is a demonstration of simple, beautiful, zero-carbon building for everyone. A sample of module of WikiHouse is on view on show in our Platform Gallery until 18 February, but this is an actionable, real-time, real-life solution to traditional building methods. Quick to assemble, efficient to heat and above all, sustainable – this is available right now: one, two or three storey homes, schools, cafes, garages.


Carbon negative:

Brick, steel and concrete buildings emit many tonnes of carbon in their production. By contrast, responsibly-grown wood actively captures carbon from the atmosphere and stores it, so your project will be not just carbon zero, but carbon negative.


Manufactured to 0.1mm precision:

WikiHouse blocks are digitally fabricated using a CNC machine to the nearest fraction of a millimetre. The result: a building you can even assemble yourself, but with the precision of a German car.


Rapid, simple assembly:

WikiHouse Skylark can be rapidly assembled on site, even by small teams with no traditional construction skills. The blocks slot and peg together, making it possible to go from foundations to weatherproof envelope in 2-4 days.


Find out more and start your project here:


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