UNFORTUNATELY, we have had to CANCEL this event.
Superuse Studios’ in the Netherlands are a company globally pioneering architecture and design practice in the reuse of ‘waste’ materials in new design solutions. This is a necessary methodology to transforming to a sustainable society. It limits the environmental impact of architecture and design while opening up ingenious, beautiful and functional design solutions and unlocking latent economic potential from locally available ‘waste’ materials
Pictured here are five redundant windmill blades that have become an extraordinary playground. Jos de Krieger a partner with the company will join us on October 18th to share his ideas and insights.
Photographer: Denis Guzzo
The workshop will cover:
This workshop is offered to architects, design professionals, and interior architects. It will offer you a new and innovative tool to help you to create truly sustainable projects, benefit local communities, and stimulate new business.
About the Trainer
Jos de Krieger a Partner Architect with Superuse Studios (NL), has been working in the field of architecture for the past ten years, especially innovative architecture and design made from leftover and waste materials. After his graduation at TU Delft, he joined Superuse Studios (formerly 2012Architecten) to push the boundaries of architecture beyond traditional building methods into cyclical processes