Here is the final flyer of our
Workshop: The Malta Dry Wall Story 2013
Date: 12. 7. – 26.7.
Place: Malta, Gozo
We invite curious students of from the field of architecture and other interested groups to take a role at international architectural summer workshop in Malta, Gozo. The workshop is organised in collaboration with Faculty of Architecture from Ljubljana University, Slovenia and Expeditions from University of Leuven, Begium.
The focus of the summer workshop The Malta Dry Wall Story 2013 is to raise the awareness of basic construction methods used in vernacular architecture. Dry walling is low energy consumption building technique and may be used everywhere in the field of landscape design. Dry walling is an ancient building technique, the only material used is stone. Stone pieces are set together without mortar; only small pieces of stone gravel are put between.
General Workshop parts
• Field Trips and Guided Tours – Exploring the Landscape and its Architectural Structures (architecture, archaeology, water systems, beehives)
• Evening Lectures and Discussions
• Dry walling: Labour intensive part – dry walling elements (base, wall, wall ending and corbelling).
The Malta Dry Wall Story 2013
Full Workshop fee is 1.650 EUR.
* For the early birds the fee is reduced * see the flyer
See you soon,
Domen Zupancic, UL FA
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