Thursday 23rd May | 17:30-19:30 | ASBP/Cullinan Studio at the Foundry, 5 Baldwin Terrace, London N1 7RU
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.
17:00 – Registration and drinks
17:30 – Welcome from our event hosts – Peter Inglis, Practice Leader, Cullinan Studio
17:35 – Welcome from the Chair – Mark Lynn, ASBP Vice-Chair and Director, Eden Renewables/Thermafleece
17:45 – Speaker presentations
- Oyster shells and polyester duvets – Developing high-performance construction materials from local waste streams – Duncan Baker-Brown, University of Brighton/BBM Sustainable Design and Ben Bosence, Bosence Building Conservation/Local Works Studio
- Proving the performance of construction materials created from agricultural by-products – Dr. Shawn Platt and Dr. Dan Maskell, University of Bath
- Estimating the economic and ecological potential of the prototypes – Guillaume Laulan, Nomadeis
18:30 – Q&A and discussion – How to successfully bring the prototype products to market?
19:00 – Further drinks and networking
19:30 – Close
Tickets are free of charge. Please book via the Eventbrite link below, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
The project is supported by the INTERREG VA France (Channel) England programme and benefits from financial support from the ERDF.