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Building with shells – historical references

Article — 10 Oct 2019

Using Local Landscape Materials

We aim to create and sustain places that feel rooted in the landscape, that reflect and enhance the lives and pursuits of the people who inhabit them.

@museoguatelli ..............................thanks @nicholas___brookz for the tip-off. #toolbox #lwsjournal ...

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Plaster samples for a current project in Sussex. Blends of chalk, clays and plant fibres. We’ve been designing, making and using natural plasters for 15 years. Inspired by historic vernacular UK processes and traditional Japanese plasterwork, which is exquisite. #plasterwork #buildingcraft #landscapearchitecture #lwsjournal #localworksstudio ...

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Traditional hay drying #faroeislands #landscapearchitecture #traditionalfarming #lwsjournal ...

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Some samples leaving the workshop today. Internal plasters and external renders made from site-based materials 🌾🌱🌿for our project in #southdownsnationalpark with @bbm_sustainable_design #lwsjournal #landscapearchitecture ...

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Testing waste materials. New samples for building projects. #wastematerial #architecture #newmaterial #building #ecodesign #sustainabledesign #landscapearchitecture #lwsjournal ...

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Analysing public mapping of paths, twittens and hidden social spaces for Neighbourhood Plan consultation = my kind of morning! #lwsjournal ...

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Ben in the hot seat! Filming today at the studio for @soad_brighton #wasteisaresource project. Exciting to hatch future plans with filmmaker @jvanvlietfilm #lwsjournal ...

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Work in progress survey drawings. #wip #geeksontour #architecture #drawing #design #vernacular #lwsjournal ...

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Gateway to harbour made from Sperm whale jaw bones. #faroeislands #streetfurniture #whalebones #lwsjournal ...

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