Research module Bamboo Construction: Summer School in Hoogcruts

https://theorie.arch.rwth-aachen.de/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Hoogcruts_workshopbamboo.mp4From 6 to 10 June 2022, the Department of Architectural Theory and Research at RWTH Aachen University, under the direction of Prof. Axel Sowa, organised the second Summer School on sustainable building with clay, earth and bamboo in the Hoogcruts monastery not far from the

Bamboo Workshop Hoogcruts Part III

During the excursionof the Pentecost week, the bamboo workshop from the previous winter term 2021/22 was continued in Hoogcruts. The students of RWTH succeeded in almost completing the roof construction for the rammed earth walls despite rainy weather conditions. To span the surface, the bamboo

Bamboo Workshop Hoogcruts Part II

From 22 to 26 March 2022, the teaching and research area of architectural theory in the Hoogcruts monastery continued the euregional bamboo workshop that started in November last year. Once again, the students of the Academy of the Chamber of Crafts Aachen "Gut Rosenberg" and

Bamboo Workshop Hoogcruts Part I

From 22 to 25 November 2021, the teaching and research area of architectural theory organised an euregional bamboo workshop at the Hoogcruts monastery. Students from the Academy of the Aachen Chamber of Crafts "Gut Rosenberg" and Master's students from RWTH Aachen University were involved in

Sustainable Euregio – 1st ARCHIREG Symposium

"Sustainable Euregio - Care, Ecology, Recycling" is the programmatic title of the first ARCHIREG symposium. ARCHIREG, a federative network of the architecture schools of Aachen, Hasselt, Liège, Maastricht and the Academy of the Chamber of Crafts Aachen, unites teachers and students of the Rhine-Meuse region

Exhibition “sustainable Hoogcruts”

An exhibition in the context of the 1st archireg symposium "sustainable Euregio" The project task: After the successful conclusion of our Summer Academy 2020 in the monastery garden of Hoogcruts, we would like to broaden our view once again and would like to explore the potentials of