This blog is dedicated to natural architecture, to showcase how seemingly unconventional materials can be used to construct buildings; in an attempt to educate architectural and non-architectural folk about the prospects these typologies of construction have to offer. This blog includes live projects in which University of Lincoln students have taken part; as well as information about other events and competitions involving natural architecture.

Futuristic architecture has given rise to tremendous opportunities which are accompanied by risks with respect to the environment. The current scenario which requires Global Warming to be combated first hand can be resolved at the hands of architects by taking a step back and analysing the previous methodologies of construction.

This workshop takes into account the very basic manners in which low-tech architecture can be used to restore a Hexagonium.


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