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I am sure there is a lot research and testing that needs to take place before this could be mass produced, but this is the kind of invention that could really change the world. It is fascinating to think that the answer could be that simple to a problem that effects every single person in the world.
Imagine if buildings were all prefabricated into modules in factories and then shipped to the site. Not only would it be more efficient and cheaper, but would it also create less waste than conventional construction methods.
The HKS Executive Committee, a.k.a. Hawk and the Curtainwallers, look forward to the December celebrations!
Architecture is a fascinating mélange of art, technology, and sociology. Architecture is also public, and it involves the community. Emily Pilloton and her partner Matthew Miller have taken architecture at its most “hands-on” and engaged a rural community in Bertie County, North Carolina. By teaching and working with young people in the community through Studio H, they harness the inherent energy of youth, drawing local families into a conversation about casting a new vision for their community—and by extension, other communities like Bertie County.