For the past two years, ASBP has been a partner in the Sustainable Bio & Waste Resources for Construction (SB&WRC) project with a number of leading institutions from both sides of the Channel, including lead partner Nomadeis. The aim of the project is to develop prototype construction materials from agricultural by-products (wheat straw and maize pith) and recycled waste (polyester duvets and oyster shells).
The project comes to a close this summer and ASBP are pleased to host an evening closing event to showcase the innovative work of our French and English partners. The event will be co-hosted with award-winning architects Cullinan Studio at our shared office in Islington, London and will feature short talks and a Q&A session with project partners from University of Brighton, University of Bath and Nomadeis.
To follow the project more closely, participate in the SB&WRC community on Construction21.