Posts Tagged: materials

Winner of TRKL Lab competition!

theOtherDada has won the TRKL Lab competition! Our proposal’s focus on simple interventions and in-depth look at the negative impacts of manufacturing on our local environment, led us to being chosen. Our work will consist in designing the space as

Winner of TRKL Lab competition!

theOtherDada has won the TRKL Lab competition! Our proposal’s focus on simple interventions and in-depth look at the negative impacts of manufacturing on our local environment, led us to being chosen. Our work will consist in designing the space as

Materials Petal

The International Living Building Institute recognizes the Pharos Project protocol developed by the Healthy Building Network as the best framework for evaluating materials and the most progressive tool for consumer benefit: http://www.PharosProject.net If a suitable product cannot be found in Declare, project

Materials Petal

The International Living Building Institute recognizes the Pharos Project protocol developed by the Healthy Building Network as the best framework for evaluating materials and the most progressive tool for consumer benefit: http://www.PharosProject.net If a suitable product cannot be found in Declare, project

Material Sourcing | Living Building Challenge V.S Actual Distances Travelled

We decided to take the Living Building Challenge (http://plone.ilbi.org/lbc), to experiment with the GARLIC house as a potential project  to gain the accreditation of a passive, minimal waste intervention. The chart above shows the approximate distances that materials would cross to

Material Sourcing | Living Building Challenge V.S Actual Distances Travelled

We decided to take the Living Building Challenge (http://plone.ilbi.org/lbc), to experiment with the GARLIC house as a potential project  to gain the accreditation of a passive, minimal waste intervention. The chart above shows the approximate distances that materials would cross to