There is a forest in my backyard but my house is built from trees grown far away.
This lecture series on 18 and 20 of November is a part of the Wood Works project exhibition „There is a forest in my backyard but my house is built from trees grown far away“. The exhibition curators from B210 and Alder Architects invite you to be part of this series of open lectures, where theoreticians, architects and industry experts from Estonia and Ireland share their insights on the use of timber in construction from forestry to demolition.

DAY 1: 18th November
Time
(IRL time/ EST time)
12:30/14:30 Introductions
12:50/14:50 Cutorial Proposition
13:10/15:10 Exhibitor Pecha Kucha
14:30/16:30 Break
14:45/16:45 Eik Hermann, Estonian Academy of Arts
15:10/17:10 Maarja Helena Meriste, literary critic
15:35/17:35 Dr Conan O'Ceallaigh, Timber Engineering Research Group, NUIG
15:55/17:55 Q&A
16:10/18:10 Merritt Bucholz, Bucholz McEvoy Architects
16:30/18:30 Curators discussion with Merritt Bucholz
16:45/18:45 Q&A/Wrap

DAY 2: 19th November
TIME (IRL/EST) Presentation
09:30/11:30 Day 2 Introduction
09:35/11:35 Grafton Architects
10:00/12:00 Siim Tuksam & Sille Pihlak, PART Architects
10:30/12:30 Lauri Kivil, Estonian Wooden Houses Association
11:00/13:00 Break
11:15/13:15 Learning from Industries in Ireland & Estonia
12:45/14:45 Q&A

Zoom link will be sent to you before the event.

Contact: Kadri Laar, kadri.laar@arhliit.ee
This event is part of the Wood Works project what is supported by the European Regional Development Fund through the Enterprise Estonia.
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