Following on from Part 1 , this video shows the students of the Bamboo U AA visiting school building the final design for the Bamboo University at Green School, Bali. More videos available on Kul Kul Farms Youtube page here
Chadstone Shopping centre is due to open next month in Melbourne, Australia.
Following the opening of Mind over Matter last month at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Director Aran Chadwick has been invited to speak at this months V&A Friday Late - Engineering our world.
The V&A Friday Late celebrates all elements of contemporary visual culture and design with a host of talks, live performance, films, debates, DJs and late night exhibition openings.
Join Aran for 'Art of Engineering', on Friday at 8pm in the National Art Library to hear more about the secrets behind collaborations with artists such as Anish Kapoor, Antony Gormely, Rachel Whiteread and Marc Quinn.
For more information on V&A Friday Lates and the programme click here.
Director Neil has teamed up with the Green School's Orin Hardy, and architectural designer and urban researcher Julia King to deliver a new AA visiting school this summer in Bali.
BambooU(niversity) was an idea originally conceived to help teach professionals about the potential of bamboo as a green building material. In its current form it is a design and build workshop hosted by the Kul Kul Farm at the Green School Bali; in collaboration with the structural engineering firm, Atelier One. Immersed within the Green School structures, this AA Visiting School is a unique opportunity to design and build with bamboo in parallel to proposing a masterplan for BambooU. The group will investigate the available sites and work with Elora Hardy from Ibuku, the design firm that built the Green School, and benefit from a range of global experts who will inform the process.
Along with the development of a BambooU master plan, participants will engage in a series of on-site workshops and the group will experience first-hand the potential of bamboo.
For more information and an application form, please click here
We have teamed up with Open City for the Archikids Festival once again this year for our 'Sky is the limit' kite making workshop.
Come down and join us at 30 st Axe Plaza, next Saturday 23rd July to learn how to engineer a kite for the best results then take to the skies around the iconic Gerkin building.
For the full Archikids programme and more information to plan your weekend, click here
Images from Archikids Festival 2015