Architecture students from University of East London with architect/tutor Sarah Bland collaborate with Stephen and Farm team contributing structural design ideas, assembly tasks and building skills – download the project brief here
Wind power was decided to be the most effective renewable energy to use for the Energy Harvest project, and Stephen with Sarah introduce the whole project.
Following an induction by Farm manager Chris Pounds on being safe at work, students check out recycled bikes and parts – build material for the sculpture. 20+ frames, chains, wheels and buckets of bike parts were donated by the organisations listed below.
Students and volunteers find out about Energy Harvest – the Sculpture and renewable energy. Farm manager Chris Pounds tells us about being safe at work.
Stephen from Fire the Inventor and architect, Sarah Bland lead the design and build. Architecture students from University of East London provide their skills labour and good humour!
Our thanks for bicycle and part donations go to –
Lock 7 Bike Repairs
http://www.lock-7.com/ – 5 Broadway Market Mews, London E8 4TS
Cycle Pitstop – Open Community Project
https://en-gb.facebook.com/jesuspitstop/ – 196 Well St, London E9 6QT
The Market Peddler
https://hackney.cc/shops/the-market-peddler/ – Netil Market, Westgate St, Hackney E8