Workshops and Courses

Information about workshops and courses

Workshops always start with a group dynamic and contain an exploration of natural building materials, a session on stove theory, and a discussion on the design of the project. After that the practical part starts. Towards the end of the course we like to do a design exercise with the students so they start to create ideas about how to apply the new skills and knowledge.

Please consider that a workshop focuses on the teaching and the students who participate. This means that projects might not get finished during the duration of a course, even though it is always the objective and part of the planning of a course and the design of the build project. The workshop leaders however, we are willing to finish a project after the course is over, but this has an additional cost. Thanks for your understanding!

Build Project Preparation time

in days

Course duration

in days, dependent on design and materials

Finishing (optional)*

 

Cob Oven 1-3 days, depending on foundation 2-3 days (with/ without building of foundation), ideally two successive weekends to allow for drying in between 1 day
Cob Benches ½ day ½ to 3 days, depending on size ½ – 1 day
Light Walls 0-1 day 1-3 days 1-2 days
Barrel Oven 1-2 days

getting materials ready needs some time

2-3 days depending on size and design. 1 day
Rocket Stove 1-2 days

getting materials ready needs some time

1-2 days depending on size and design 1-2 days
Rocket Mass Heater 2-5 days

depending on gathering of materials and design

2-3 days depending on design and size 1-2 days

*Happens after the course or as a part of it, ideally after the stove body is dry.

Workshop fees are on request. Please contact Eva Wimmer or Joshua Roxendal.

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