Gypsum Concrete - AFFR
9–13 Oct 2024
film • stad • architectuur

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Gypsum Concrete

A second life for used bricks, tiles and concrete. With a rapid-montage film style and a rousing soundtrack, the architects of the French office Ciguë explain what they stand for: as little building waste as possible. In a quaintly futurist, laboratory-like workshop, they pulverize, analyse and categorize various types of used building material. They then make a wonderful set of samples out of locally sourced gypsum – a raw material for plaster that is easy to recycle. They are tested and, hey presto: they have themselves an alternative coating.

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  • There is my home & Gypsum Concrete & Aftertalk Anne Geenen
  • th 05 oct 19:00 - lv cinema 6
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    A second life for used bricks, tiles and concrete. With a rapid-montage film style and a rousing soundtrack, the architects of the French office Ciguë explain what they stand for: as little building waste as possible. In a quaintly futurist, laboratory-like workshop, they pulverize, analyse and categorize various types of used building material. They then make a wonderful set of samples out of locally sourced gypsum – a raw material for plaster that is easy to recycle. They are tested and, hey presto: they have themselves an alternative coating.

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    film • city • architecture 9 - 13 Oct. 2024