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HouMinn Waste and POP Culture

Blair presents the lecture "HouMinn Waste and POP Culture at this year's Catalyst at the University of Minnesota (March 9th at noon). The talk centers on HouMinn's approach to work, material research, and single family house prototypes. Specific emphasis is placed on the use of second stream materials (formerly classified as "waste") and an interest in developing tools and processes to aid in the production and consumption of architectural form and product. The image above shows a potential building skin made of wood pulp. 

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