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Natural Building & Low Carbon Design & Methods + Cob Oven Build
When: Friday, May 26 10am-4pm; Saturday, May 27 9am-4pm; Sunday, May 28 9am-4pm
What: This Maymester course will be taught by April Magill, in collaboration with The American College of Building Arts. This 3 day introductory course focuses on the world’s oldest and most widely used building material: MUD! This course will cover the history of mud as a building material, soil analysis & identification, building science, multiple ‘alternative’ building methods, & how to apply these methods in a modern world, including navigating through permitting and codes.We will also cover other Low-Carbon Design practices and Passive-Solar & Cooling design strategies. Students will be taught through both, lecture/classroom time, as well as through the process of building a COB OVEN! Students will also be exposed to several architectural projects, including a Rammed Earth home tour on Johns Island. We will conclude the course with a Cob Oven Pizza Party!
Cost/RSVP: Limited spaces available!!! This course is limited to the First 15 people to RSVP! You must pay the fee to reserve your spot. Please complete the application to reserve your spot. The cost is $225/person. Children 12 and under Free.
Teacher Info: April is a local resident of Charleston, SC & a practicing Architect & Owner of her business, Root Down Designs. April has recently been added on to the staff @ The American College of Building Arts to help educate students on the methods of ‘Alternative Building,’….or as we like to call it, TRADITIONAL BUILDING. April is pioneering this region with the architecture of of mud & low-carbon design solutions. She has recently designed a Rammed Earth home which has been permitted by Charleston County & is almost complete. April also has hand’s on experience working with many methods of building in different regions of the world.
For additional information, please see either April's Website or contact Mrs. Kami Urban - email at email@example.com - at ACBA.
Fall 2017 Important Dates
Aug. 28 - First Day of Class
Sep. 29 - Course Withdrawal Deadline
Oct. 25 - Midterm Grades Due
Dec. 8 - Last Day of Class
Dec. 13 - 15 - Final Exams
Dec. 20 - Final Grades Due
Mrs. Kami Urban at
Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Office of the Registrar
649 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29403