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Rural Boxx / workshop, build a dome made of bamboo

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Rural Boxx / workshop, build a dome made of bamboo it has been modified: 2011-11-09 di jessica zannori

The workshop provides a theoretical introductory part, followed by the construction of a dome made of bamboo.

COURSE
- Building with natural materials
- The geodesic domes
- The architect of the geodesic domes: Richard Buckminster Fuller
- Materials and techniques of building a geodesic dome
- The bamboo as a building material
- Practical examples and methodology

PRACTICAL COURSE
- Safety Notes
- Preparation of materials
- Assembling the structure

SOME PRACTICAL ASPECTS IN THE USE OF THE DOME MADE
- Summer gazebo with towel
- Gazebo with climbing plants
- Home game for children
- Aviary for birds

WORKSHOP
November 12 2011

time: 9.00- 17.00
at the farm L'Acero Rosso
Via dei Masi, 38 / A Sacile (PN)

Registration € 40 (deposit € 20)
for information and registration: 0434 734462
e-mail: agriturismo@acerorosso.net

NOTES
Lunch is not included in the price: each member will with packed lunch or damage at the farm.
You may also want to present the workshop equipped with: metro, cutter, work wear / raincoats, gloves, rubber boots, and / or safety shoes, any safety helmet.

BIOGRAPHY:
Alessandro Zorzetto, architect, five years dedicated to DIY in Italy and abroad. Invited speaker at the universities of architecture of Venice and Udine in 2010. With its prototypes has won numerous competitions and 2011 was awarded the prize in the category crafts Greenfactor 2011 in green.

Luca Vivan, anthropologist, interested in the relationship between man and environment and health has participated in a project of international cooperation in the Amazon in 2008 and 2010 was voluntary in Australia to learn about Permaculture. In May 2011 at the ecovillage of Sieben Linden in Germany it got the PDC (Permaculture Design Course). E 'currently enrolled at the Ecole Européenne d'Herboristerie Brussels.

Both are part of the group Rural Boxx.

Related Sites: www.zarch.altervista.org

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