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Studio Bark's 'Black Barn' is an Environmentally Conscious Home in English Countryside

08:00 - 2 July, 2016
Studio Bark's 'Black Barn' is an Environmentally Conscious Home in English Countryside , Courtesy of Studio Bark
Courtesy of Studio Bark

London-based Studio Bark has revealed its plans for Black Barn, an environmentally conscious family home in Dallinghoo, Suffolk.

Based on an interpretation of local black agricultural barns, the 300-square-meter house will be clad in charred timber, an ancient Japanese form of natural preservation as a way to enhance the longevity and beauty of wood.

Student Workshop Invites Participants To Construct Building Prototype

04:00 - 3 June, 2014
Student Workshop Invites Participants To Construct Building Prototype, The site in Norfolk, UK. Image Courtesy of Studio Bark
The site in Norfolk, UK. Image Courtesy of Studio Bark

Studio Bark, a London based collaborative practice, are inviting students to join them for a summer workshop in order to develop a "prototype for environmental low-energy student led construction." In collaboration with TRADA, the Timber Research and Development Association, the organisers hope to begin to bridge the "enormous chasm between architectural education and the on-site application of architecture" through a live-build project. They plan to give participants an understanding of construction terminology, materials, or technical detailing, all through on-site practice.