Planting the Seeds | DIY with Reclaimed Materials

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    • Monday November 6, 2017
      4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
  • Location: Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL), 676 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30332
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Diana Tiernan
Campus Sustainability


Summary Sentence: DIY corn-hole boards with reclaimed materials.

Full Summary: DIY corn-hole boards with reclaimed materials.

  • Planting the Seeds | Materials Petal Planting the Seeds | Materials Petal

Take a break from your studies and come craft corn-hole boards from salvaged materials with our partner Lifecycle Building Center. This event highlights the Materials Petal, for you will have a first-hand view of the interplay of different materials as you craft.

There is no cost to participate but you must register as space is limited. Please note that 2-4 individuals are needed to build one set of corn-hole boards. Sign-up with a friend, or you will be placed in a group. All supplies are supplied. Please wear closed-toe shoes and long sleeves/pants.

The Living Building Challenge is a green building certification program and sustainable design framework that visualizes the ideal for the built environment. The standard uses the metaphor of a flower, with seven performance areas called petals. To celebrate the launch of the Living Building at Georgia Tech, the Office of Campus Sustainability will host a series of seven events to explore each of the petals - place, water, energy, health + happiness, materials, equity, and beauty.

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living Building, craft, wood, sustainability
  • Created By: Diana Tiernan
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  • Created On: Aug 24, 2017 - 2:00pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 13, 2017 - 11:44am