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Organic Materials in Architecture: Inside Mycelium
SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
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Teacher: Ginevra AgostiTeacher: Martina Eandi

Organic Materials in Architecture: Inside Mycelium

Discover the potential of one of the most fascinating organic alternatives, how it could replace various materials in construction and become an affordable alternative in the near future. After a basic introduction to mycology and its physical properties, we will dive into the design and prototyping of mycelium-based material while working on your very own project.

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Building with Raw Earth
SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
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Teacher: Pietro Degli Esposti

Building with Raw Earth

Discover the qualities and the large potential of raw earth as a construction material able to fulfil the ever-growing demand for ecological, healthy and resilient high performing buildings.

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SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
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Teacher: Bradley Robinson

Building Structures: Urban Waste as a Core Building Material and Structural Assembly

Building with waste shares similarities to both traditional and contemporary building approaches. Utilizing urban waste as a bulk resource offers us the unique opportunity to realize global circular economies where affordability and resource sustainability substitute for primary resource exploitation.

Additionally, the trend to demolish obsolete infrastructure leads to  resources and methods that allow for re-building complex systems across socio-technical ‘regimes’ (housing, buildings, urban and rural), scales (building, neighbourhood, city-region), and domains (energy, water, resources use).



A project by Critical Concrete