Hemp 2.0: Future Research Project on the horizon for CSALT

June 14, 2018


CSALT is working with Carleton alumni and innovator, Tony Humble of Prosperium to find building construction solutions for using industrial hemp in construction.  Using technology developed at Zeoform, the project aims to build the award-winning house design by Carleton architecture student, Jesse Bird as a Tiny House to test the material followed by further full-scale models. This exciting project is currently under development and we look forward to working with this exciting material as a game-changing element in net-zero construction.

Hemp 2.0 - Building a Tiny House with 100% Industrial Hemp






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