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Natural Material Innovation

Sustainable Living
 

Tim Hall Lecture Poster

 

The talk will cover work and research set within the rapidly urbanising and developing city of Kigali.

  • Urban planning of high density housing: which integrates green infrastructure to create cohesive neighbourhoods that respect both the challenging topography and traditional living patterns.

 

  • Piloting of sustainable 'home grown' building technological solutions on projects of various sizes - that increases the capacity of the local building industry whilst contributing to job creation and economic development.


We will show a selection of projects - all interlinked - as part of our agenda to contribute to the sustainable development of Rwanda. 

 

Date: 
Tuesday, 3 May, 2016 - 17:30 to 19:00

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