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So who is behind the National Poo Museum? Well we have to confess that it's us!!
And, it would be true to say that nobody is more suprised than us at the global response to our very strange project! http://www.poomuseum.org/
In fact just Google it to see how far around the world it went!! https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=national+poo+museum
By the way our very fine resin encapsulated poo collection is available for hire.....contact us to find out more...
|Posted by Eccleston George Team on May 10, 2016 at 2:55 AM||comments (0)|
This week we started on an exciting Aretcology project in the form of a NaturePlay Space. NatuePlay Spaces are design to make public green areas accessable to people, habitatable for nature and fun for families too.
This latest project commssioned by Spectrum Housing is being created in Cowes, Isle of Wight and will take the form of a fantastically interactive play area in a small communual green space that will provide kids with an unbeatable nature encounter.
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Off the back of our succesful 'Shelving the Coast' Vertipool project we're now taking our Artecology priciples to many other built environments. Our Artecology remit comes with a simple question - Why build anything in the public realm that doesn't work for nature and people alike?
We're currently looking at an array public realm projects that feature coastal defences, urban & rural built architecture, including housing developments and public spaces. Infact we're researching the benifits of Artecology wherever man-made infrastucture exists or is being proposed for future development.
Based in Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight, Artecology is collaboration between our own artists and ecologists from Arc Consulting. We are currently partnering with Bournemouth Univesity, Glasgow University, Oxford University, The Royal Society, Isle of Wight Council, Isle of Wight AONB and an array of local schools and community groups.
|Posted by Eccleston George Team on May 7, 2016 at 3:35 AM||comments (0)|
Yes indeed, at last we've done it...we've successfully made blue concrete! Using Natural Cement we're now able to create any concrete colour under the sun and because it's made using Natural Cement it's much more eco-friendly than ordinary concrete.....in fact its carbon footprint is in line with lime renders making our blue concrete pretty green!
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Chail Trail is a social, environmental and local economy project that we've devised and are currently delivering in the parish of Chale Isle of Wight. Sponsored by the Southern Housing Group, and the Isle of Wight AONB Partnership , the project is centred around working across the community of Chale in all it's glorious social diversity to create a walking trail that circumnavigates the entire parish. The trail will feature six special sculpted seats, each themed to the location that they will be in and designed & made with the Chale villagers. Hop over to our NewHive blog to see photos and more info.....
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