Hay Festival 2012, Segovia
Over three hundred volunteers and students from the City of Segovia helped to break a record in AHEC's biggest collaborative project yet. Forming a human chain running over 200m up the hill from the Roman Aqueduct to the Segovia Design School in Casa de los Picos, the local volunteers helped to transport crafted American tulipwood blocks in a project devised by Architect Fermin Gonzalez Blanco and his students at IE University. Using Gonzalez Blanco's patented a system called 'Lupo' the students created two complementary structures at the festival -- 'Acueducto' and 'Esponja'.
Endless Stair - Coming soon!
Endless Stair, designed by dRMM and engineered by Arup is coming soon to the lawn in front of Tate Modern for London Design Festival 2013. Visitors will be able to climb the stairs from 13th...
Endless Stair - adding a new dimension to timber in construction
This film tells the story of Endless Stair, a towering Escher-like structure that was erected outside Tate Modern in September 2013 for the London Design Festival. Made from American tulipwood...
The making of Endless Stair
Endless Stair, designed by dRMM and engineered by Arup, opened outside Tate Modern on 13th September with a stunning dance by New Movement Collective.
Adam Khan's 'Octopus' structure is unveiled
Rethinking the modern office, the American Hardwood Export Council collaborated with Wallpaper*, Magazine and Adam Khan to showcase the 'office of the future' at Howick Place in London from 21st...
Out of the Woods: Adventures of 12 Hardwood Chairs - Overview
The twelve hardwood chairs and seats produced for Out of the Woods are the fruits of a project that puts credibility into sustainability. As a collaboration between the RCA, AHEC and Benchmark...
Building a tulipwood aqueduct in Segovia - a timelapse
Architectural students at IE University build a replica of the Roman Aqueduct in Segovia for the Hay Festival 2012.