24th of July: community design and participation workshop I
2nd September: open class of 3D scanning and photogrammetry
6th September: community design and participation workshop II
8th September: result sharing
This workshop explores the act of making, materials, construction and politics, in the context of Spain, the global economy and the global crisis. Starting in September, it will be developed with architecture students at FCAYC. During the workshop there will be four sessions open to the public.
The workshop focuses on the potentials of an experimental building material derived from its local context (adobe), which combines the biological waste from the agricultural industry and clay, used in traditional construction. The approach focuses on how an extra local material can be the reimagining of a future in the development of local construction services. It poses a dialogue between traditional construction techniques, contemporary architecture, and experts in digital restoration and conservation.
Run by: Jesse McCormick y Khoi Nguyen
Jesse McCormick y Khoi Nguyen are instructors, researchers, and architects working in New York City. Together their collaborative research and practice focuses on the political discourse at the crossover between the practice of labor and the material economy. The Workshop will be performed with the support of Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, Estudio Herreros, Factum Arte, and Interrobang, the Curators of the 2019 Oslo Architecture Triennale.
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