Join our RIBA award winning Heliomet Team to celebrate their successes with the SunBloc house, and hear about plans for the Solar Decathlon China 2013.
Date: 16 February 2013
The HelioMet team have just returned from Guangzhou, China, where The Cass students have been working with the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art to begin construction of the SunBloc prototype house. The winning RIBA Student Silver Medal design is scheduled for completion in July 2013, and is due to compete in one of the world's largest sustainability events.
To celebrate the achievements so far, we would like to share the project and our experiences by inviting you to a small exhibition opening party.
Join the student team, the school and supporters of the project with refreshments, a video screening, photography and more, including the launch of some great opportunities for the rest of The Cass students to get involved. We are looking forward to seeing you on the evening.
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